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Cardiff Council is legally responsible for maintaining the publicly owned Roath Park Dam, and routine inspections are required under the Reservoirs Act (1975).
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Cardiff Council has submitted a Listed Building Consent application for works to Roath Park Dam, prior to improvement works starting in Autumn 2021.
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Cardiff Council leader, Cllr Huw Thomas, has thanked residents who turned out to show their support for Bute Park after thousands of pounds of damage was caused by vandals.
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On Friday, 17th September, Cardiff plays host to the Zero Carbon Tour, which is making its way around the UK, sharing the net zero message with the business community, before finishing at Glasgow in time for COP 26 in November.
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We’ve received a report this morning of significant criminal damage in our much loved Bute Park.
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Fifty electric bikes hit the streets of Cardiff this week as the city's OVO Bikes scheme, operated by nextbike, becomes more accessible than ever.
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Cllr Caro Wild, Cardiff Council Cabinet Member for Strategic Planning and Transport, said: "I am delighted to see OVO Energy coming on board as a key partner, and nextbike adding e-bikes to the fleet. This is further endorsement of Cardiff as a cycle...
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A new vet practice offering affordable care for dogs is set to open at Cardiff Dogs Home.
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Garden waste collections in Cardiff will move from fortnightly collections to monthly collections from Saturday, August 14th, as the Council works to clear a backlog of garden waste on the city’s streets caused by a UK-wide shortage of HGV drivers and fa
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Garden waste collections in Cardiff will move from fortnightly collections to monthly collections from Saturday, August 14th.
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Dogs looked after at Cardiff Dogs Home are £40,000 closer to new kennels, following the award of two grants, applied for in partnership with local charity The Rescue Hotel.
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Close to £1 million of funding for a project that will see a new urban forest created across Cardiff has been secured by Cardiff Council.
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A giant rainbow installation has appeared overnight on The Hayes in Cardiff city centre.
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Historic buildings on Flat Holm island will be repaired and renovated, island habitats improved for wildlife, and a range of community and visitor engagement activities provided, after the island’s owners
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A multi-million pound flood defence designed to cope with a one-in-200-year storm, and rising sea levels caused by climate change, could be built to protect the south east of Cardiff.
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Imagine Bute Park being your office. Or spending your days in Parc Cefn Onn, Roath Park, or any one of the hundreds of parks and green spaces around Cardiff. It sounds like a dream, but for six people it could soon become reality