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Councillors set to reject Pontcanna Co-op plans

Councillors set to reject Pontcanna Co-op plans
December 4, 2012 No Comments »

Controversial plans to open a convenience store in Pontcanna are likely to be thrown out tomorrow. Cardiff Council planning officers have recommended a bid to transform the former Pontcanna Pine site, now called The Dairy, on King’s Road, Pontcanna, into ... Read More »

Planning preview: November 2012

Planning preview: November 2012
November 5, 2012 No Comments »

Cardiff Council’s November planning meeting will be held on Wednesday November 7. See what developers are planning to build up or pull down in your area with our planning map below, and view each application in more detail with the ... Read More »

Planning preview: October 2012

Planning preview: October 2012
October 9, 2012 No Comments »

There is plenty on the agenda at Cardiff Council’s October planning committee meeting, which will be held tomorrow afternoon in County Hall at 2.30pm. Below, we’ve mapped all the applications that will be considered by the committee, and below that ... Read More »

Planning round-up: September 2012

Planning round-up: September 2012
September 13, 2012 No Comments »

It was another busy month at Cardiff Council’s planning committee yesterday afternoon, with 19 applications on the agenda. The committee’s decision are mapped above, and described in more detail below. 27 Rhigos Gardens, Cathays Plans to convert 27 Rhigos Gardens ... Read More »

Plans to demolish Park Place villas are thrown out

Plans to demolish Park Place villas are thrown out
September 12, 2012 No Comments »

Two Victorian Villas in a Cardiff conservation zone will not be demolished and replaced with student accommodation, after the city’s planning committee threw out the plans. The Charnwood Group had applied to the local authority for planning permission and conservation ... Read More »

Planning committee preview: September 2012

Planning committee preview: September 2012
September 11, 2012 No Comments »

Cardiff Council’s planning committee will hold its September at City Hall tomorrow afternoon from 2.30pm. With 19 planning applications to get through, it’s due to be a busy session. Below, we have mapped all the applications that are on the ... Read More »

New homes plan for Wales’ most expensive street

New homes plan for Wales’ most expensive street
September 10, 2012 1 Comment »

Plans to build four new houses on Wales’ most expensive street will go before Cardiff Council’s planning committee on Wednesday – just weeks after controversial proposals for a gypsy camp on the same site were shelved. We reported in July ... Read More »

Planning preview: August 2012

Planning preview: August 2012
August 13, 2012 No Comments »

Cardiff Council’s planning committee will hold their August meeting on Wednesday. Applications on the agenda include proposals for a £24 million revamp of St Fagans National History Museum, a new accommodation block for more than 270 students in Roath, ... Read More »

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 »

AG Meek to be demolished

AG Meek to be demolished
July 11, 2012 13 Comments »

AG Meek, the 100-year-old family shoe business on Roath’s Albany Road, will be demolished to make way for a convenience store after councillors approved controversial plans this afternoon. Developers Tudor Jenkins Ltd applied to Cardiff Council for permission to knock ... Read More »