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Cardiff Council has revealed it is facing a predicted budget shortfall in 2025/26 of almost £50m.
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Cardiff Council has agreed tough new measures to help bring long-term empty houses in the city back into use.
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Cardiff Council has agreed its Corporate Plan, outlining the priorities and goals it has set itself for the next three years and beyond.
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Cardiff Council is proposing tough new measures to help bring long-term empty houses in the city back into use.
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Cardiff Council has published its Corporate Plan, outlining the priorities and goals it has set itself for the next three years and beyond.
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Cardiff has scored highly in a major new EU survey assessing the quality of life in major European cities – and been declared the best of all for families with young children.
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£160M funding from UK Government and Welsh Government announced in the Autumn Statement to support intensive economic growth in Southeast Wales.
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Cardiff’s share of the Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF) – designed to replace funding previously provided by the EU – has been spent benefiting hundreds of people and projects across the city.
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Cardiff Council is taking steps to increase the protection afforded to buildings of local architectural or historical interest in the city against demolition or unsympathetic development.
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A much-loved former Cardiff pub – the Rompney Castle – could now be saved from the threat of demolition after Cardiff Council stepped in to prevent it being knocked down.
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Pressures including rising inflation, increased demand for services and anticipated pay awards for its staff have led Cardiff Council to predict a £36.8m gap in its budget for 2024-25, a new report has revealed.
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An ambitious and wide-ranging programme of actions designed to address racial discrimination and promote race equality in Cardiff has been welcomed by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet as it monitors progress made since the Race Equality Taskforce was set up in
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Creating job opportunities and apprenticeships, encouraging local businesses to pay the Real Living Wage and accelerating the move to net zero carbon are outlined as among the key aims of a new strategy designed to help Cardiff become a stronger...
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Cardiff Council's monthly review of its financial performance has highlighted the need for savings as the cost of living crisis, inflation and rising energy prices continue to put pressure on budgets.
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Here’s your Tuesday update, covering: high praise from Estyn for Cardiff faith school; road closures around the new Transport Interchange; and Lord Mayor’s welcome
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Cardiff Council has announced a series of traffic measures in the city centre as work begins to create a southern entrance to the new Transport Interchange.