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Cardiff’s priorities for preventing homelessness and supporting some the most vulnerable people in the city to live independently have been unveiled.
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Libraries and hubs across the city have the perfect antidote to the January blues next week with a packed day full of activities and information.
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Cabinet Member for Housing and Communities, Cllr Lynda Thorne, said: “It’s really heartening to see that so many people care about the homeless in Cardiff and are moved enough to go out and demonstrate. None of us want to see people suffering and having
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• The council helps many people who find themselves homeless and a range of different provision is available, from statutory temporary accommodation for people owed a duty by the local authority, to other supported accommodation which is accessed via the
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The single licensing authority for Rent Smart Wales, Cardiff Council, is urging all non-compliant landlords and agents to come forward now to avoid action. The warning comes as a North Wales agent is the latest to be prosecuted.
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Organisations tackling homelessness in Wales have come together to give the generous people of Cardiff an alternative method to give money and help move people away from homelessness, aptly named Give DIFFerently.
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Cardiff has a positive and proactive approach to assisting rough sleepers into accommodation and we offer help and advice for individuals to engage with the range of services available in the city.
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The goal of delivering 1,000 new council homes over the next five years will receive another boost if plans for a package deal with Cadwyn Housing Association are agreed next week.
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Creating a successful capital city which works for Cardiff's residents and works for Wales is at the heart of a new report which lays out how the Council will deliver on its Capital Ambition vision.
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Cardiff Council’s Meals on Wheels service will deliver to customers over the festive bank holidays for the first time.
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A new website promoting volunteering opportunities in Cardiff will be launched today.
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Councillor Lynda Thorne, Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing, said: “This is a tragic loss of life and our thoughts are with the family at this difficult time. The Police have confirmed that this is a non-suspicious death and we will now have to
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A new community hub, offering more and better services to customers, opens in Llanishen next week.
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A council worker dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of homeless people in the city has been recognised with a Welsh Housing Award for 2017.
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School crossing patrols in Cardiff are getting kitted out with new uniform, thanks to a new deal with local employer, Admiral.
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Students from two Cardiff secondary schools gathered in the County Hall Council Chamber today, Friday November 17, to meet local politicians as part of UK Parliament Week.