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Planning round-up: July 2012

Planning round-up: July 2012
July 12, 2012 No Comments »

View Planning round-up: July 2012 in a larger map It was a busy afternoon at Cardiff Council’s planning committee yesterday. Here are the decisions on all the applications that were considered. They are also mapped above. 96-102 Clifton Street. Adamsdown ... Read More »

Police appeal after man exposes himself to teenage girls in Cardiff playground

Police appeal after man exposes himself to teenage girls in Cardiff playground
June 22, 2012 No Comments »

A man believed to be in his 70s walked into city playground and exposed himself to a group of teenage girls, police said. The man with grey greasy hair and a large nose, was wearing a beige bomber jacket and ... Read More »

ELECTION 2012: Cardiff’s local election candidates mapped

ELECTION 2012: Cardiff’s local election candidates mapped
April 7, 2012 No Comments »

On Thursday, Cardiff Council released details of all the candidates nominated to stand in next month’s local election. 359 candidates from 11 different parties have been selected to contest 75 seats across the capital on May 3. The Liberal Democrats ... Read More »

Troubled children’s home could reopen for autistic youngsters

Troubled children’s home could reopen for autistic youngsters
March 27, 2012 No Comments »

A children’s care home which was closed down just seven months after it opened could be turned into accommodation for autistic children. Thornhill Road Children’s Home in Llanishen was closed by Cardiff Council in December after a damning report from ... Read More »

Cardiff housing plans ‘must be supported by local services’

Cardiff housing plans ‘must be supported by local services’
March 27, 2012 No Comments »

Politicians have called for new housing plots in Cardiff not to overload services after a list of potential development locations was revealed. Possible sites for more than 450 new homes in the city across 13 electoral wards were unveiled yesterday. The proposals ... Read More »

Plans for hundreds of new Cardiff homes revealed

Plans for hundreds of new Cardiff homes revealed
March 26, 2012 2 Comments »

Potential locations for more than 450 new homes in Cardiff as part of the city council’s largest house building scheme for almost three decades are revealed today. Cardiff Council wants to build 1,000 new homes over five years from 2013 ... Read More »

‘I remember seeing bodies of more than 100 soldiers in Cardiff Docks…I wanted to salute, so I did’

February 17, 2012 No Comments »

Fresh from a life at sea, Dick Carlson soon found himself the other side of the gangplank – walking the beat as a policeman patrolling Cardiff docks during the height of its shipping activity. He told James McCarthy about his ... Read More »

Cardiff Council set to close half of its office buildings in cost-saving bid

February 14, 2012 2 Comments »

Wales’ biggest council is set to close almost half of its 51 office buildings over the next three years as it attempts to clear a multi-million-pound maintenance backlog. Cardiff Council has revealed it plans to sell or move out of ... Read More »

Help us map Cardiff’s potholes

Help us map Cardiff’s potholes
February 2, 2012 3 Comments »

Cardiff Council has announced plans for a £1.4m blitz on pothole-ridden roads in the capital. With the council pledging to spend the money over the next three financial years trying to sort out the damage caused by successive freezing winters, ... Read More »

Drug-taking pensioner who made neighbours’ lives a ‘living hell’ will be evicted, judge rules

October 20, 2011 No Comments »

A DRUG-TAKING pensioner who made the lives of residents in a Cardiff block of flats a “living hell” will be evicted, a judge has ruled. Widower Meirion Williams was accused of letting associates carry out drug deals at his ground-floor ... Read More »