The Town Council took over the Station Crescent Public Toilets via community asset transfer in 2015 to ensure that this facility remained open as the County Council had muted their closure. These were fully refurbished by the Town Council and continue to operate free of charge. Shortly afterwards the Town Council took over the responsibility for the Lakeside Toilets and continue to operate these free of charge.
The Town Council owns the Crabtree Green Allotments and these are rented annually to residents within the electoral boundary of Llandrindod Wells. There are currently 38 full plots, the majority of which are leased as half plots.
Princes Avenue Leisure Park
The Town Council approached Powys County Council about a piece of land which had been unused for many years, this land was transferred to the Town Council via community asset transfer in 2019. The Town Council developed this with grant funding from several sources and it now forms the Princes Avenue Leisure Park.
Oxford Road Field
This field was bought by the Town Council as a permanent playing field for the youth of the Town when the Primary School was closed and sold. Many local junior football teams use this field during the season and it is also used by Play Radnor to run activity sessions.
The Town Council installed a wooden activity trail in place on an old zip wire. The activity trail is suitable for all ages and provides exercise whilst having fun outdoors.