planning committee

New Morrisons store for Newport Road will create 300 jobs

New Morrisons store for Newport Road will create 300 jobs
July 11, 2012 6 Comments »

Cardiff councillors have given the green light to proposals for a new Morrisons supermarket in Penylan, bringing an estimated 300 jobs to the east of the city. The council’s planning committee today approved plans for a 6,200 square metre store ... Read More »

Planning committee preview map: July 2012

Planning committee preview map: July 2012
July 10, 2012 1 Comment »

Cardiff Council’s planning committee will hold its July meeting tomorrow afternoon, with 14 applications set to be considered by councillors. These include the controversial plans by developer Tudor Jenkins to knock down 100-year-old Albany Road shoe shop AG Meek, and ... Read More »

Planning round-up: June 2012

Planning round-up: June 2012
June 13, 2012 1 Comment »

The first meeting of Cardiff Council’s planning committee since the May elections was chaired by new Trowbridge ward member Michael Michael. Here we round up all the decisions made by the committee this afternoon. The full council report into each ... Read More »

Planning preview: June 2012

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

Cardiff Council’s planning committee will meet at 2.30pm today. We’ve mapped all the applications that will be considered by the councillors this afternoon, and @jessicabest87 will be live tweeting throughout the meeting. You can also see all the documentation relating ... Read More »

Planning round-up: April 2012

Planning round-up: April 2012
April 19, 2012 No Comments »

It was a busy month at Cardiff Council’s April planning committee yesterday – the last before local elections on May 3. Here’s a full round-up of all the applications, and the decisions made by the committee. We’ve also plotted them ... Read More »

Council to consider plans for 45ft tomb in Lisvane

Council to consider plans for 45ft tomb in Lisvane
April 18, 2012 No Comments »

Plans to build a 45ft-tall Muslim memorial tomb on land designated as green belt in Lisvane will be discussed by Cardiff Council’s planning committee today. The planning application, submitted by Cardiff-based developers DTB Design on behalf of applicant Sajid Gaffar, ... Read More »

‘Awful’ new Admiral HQ approved for city centre

‘Awful’ new Admiral HQ approved for city centre
June 9, 2011 22 Comments »

One of Wales’ biggest companies has been given the go-ahead to build its new headquarters in Cardiff – despite strong criticism of the building’s design. Members of Cardiff council’s planning committee yesterday labelled the design of Admiral’s new office as ... Read More »

VAT cheat causes collapse of Havannah Quay development

VAT cheat causes collapse of Havannah Quay development
February 9, 2011 Comments Off on VAT cheat causes collapse of Havannah Quay development

A multi-million-pound high-rise development in Cardiff may not get off the ground as the man behind it is in jail for tax avoidance. 60-year-old Philip Bowles (pictured left), from Maidenhead, was convicted in June 2009 for three and a half ... Read More »

Planning committee preview: December 2010

Planning committee preview: December 2010
December 13, 2010 2 Comments »

A busy planning committee meeting awaits this month, as plans for housing on UWIC’s former Colchester Avenue campus are revealed, the fire station in Adamsdown faces opposition from local residents to reduce in size and add student flats while the ... Read More »

Rejected toilet blocks, deferred flats and refused car parks

July 15, 2010 No Comments »

Some quick notes on planning committee yesterday and a few of the decisions: Fairwater toilet block The run down toilet block in Fairwater that developer Sean Smith is trying to turn into a cafe and flats was refused again. You ... Read More »