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A council spokesperson said: “The Council is aware of the growing number of tents in the city and is arranging a meeting with partners including the police, homeless shelters and charities and businesses in the city centre to develop a way forward.
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Adventure, the great outdoors and culture will be the inspiration for budding young gardeners in this year’s RHS Cardiff Schools Wheelbarrow competition.
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The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Dianne Rees has exceeded the £100k fundraising target for her chosen charity, with still four months left in office.
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Council leader Cllr Huw Thomas, said: “This council is committed to supporting live music in the city and it’s important to me that we do everything we can to help venues like Gwdihw, which play a huge part in our city’s thriving independent and cultural
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A Cardiff landlord with 16 properties, each containing a number of flats, in the city has been given a hefty fine for failing to obtain licences to let and manage those properties with Rent Smart Wales.
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Cardiff Council has put forward plans to build an education campus in Fairwater which would deliver new-build education accommodation for three Cardiff Schools.
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Providing the right support at the right time to assist those threatened with or experiencing homelessness is at the heart of a new strategy to support Cardiff’s vulnerable citizens.
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Cardiff Council’s Cabinet will consider plans to nominate two of the city’s parks as candidate sites for the Centenary Fields initiative.
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A range of public service partners in the city have come together to address issues around young people’s alcohol consumption in Cardiff.
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The fight for suffrage and the stories of local women involved in the cause will be told at Cardiff libraries and hubs across the city during December.
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• The council helps many people who find themselves homeless and a range of different provision is available, there is no need for anyone to sleep outside.
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Around 250 new trees will be planted in the city this year, including 100 new trees in the city’s parks.
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Cardiff Council is making a positive difference to residents’ lives through its effective compliance with the Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS).
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A nuisance property in Grangetown has been shut down for causing persistent problems in the local community.
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New streets and future developments in Cardiff should be given names that reflect local heritage, ensuring a historical, cultural and linguistic link to the city.
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The 50% Council Tax discount for unoccupied and unfurnished homes could be removed in Cardiff if a review of current council tax charges is agreed.