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The news from last week that you might have missed 16/11/20
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The largest and most exciting estate redevelopment proposal in Cardiff Council’s new build housing programme is set to take a major step forward, signalling the creation of up to 400 new homes in Grangetown.
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: an update on Cardiff's Local Development Plan; COVID-19 cases and tests; the latest schools affected by COVID-19; two important Cardiff Bay buildings could be refurbished...
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Plans for a new bridge to provide a direct link from Llanrumney to the A48 at the Pentwyn junction have taken a step forward following private-sector bids to deliver the scheme.
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In line with legislation, Cardiff Council will be taking the first steps to carry out a full review of its Local Development Plan (LDP).
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Buses every 15 mins From Hemmingway Road to Canal Street and return from Canal Street to County Hall.
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The future of two important heritage buildings in Cardiff Bay could be safeguarded for future generations if Cardiff Council’s plans to secure ownership goes ahead.
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Abdonoor Ali, 44, from Pentre Street in Grangetown has been ordered to pay over £1,000 at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on November 5th for fly-tipping waste on land close to Hamadryad Park in Butetown last year.
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The next stage of a £100m investment in affordable housing in Cardiff is underway.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff cases and tests, seven days data, and the latest schools affected by COVID-19.
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Refurbishments are underway to transform the former Chapel at Cardiff Royal Infirmary into a vibrant health and wellbeing facility for the residents in the south and east of Cardiff.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff cases and tests, seven days data, and the latest schools affected by COVID-19.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Face Coverings being distributed to schools for the start of the new term; the last 7 days data for COVID cases and tests; update on schools affected by COVID-19 and plans for a tribute
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The Living Wage movement is once again being celebrated in Cardiff today at the start of the annual Living Wage Week (9-15 November).
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: map and table showing Cardiff COVID-19 cases and tests, seven days data; and the latest schools affected by COVID-19.
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For 11 November, an Armistice Day like no other, the CWGC is lighting up the sky above Cardiff to pay tribute to the 1.7 million Commonwealth war dead as part of its #ShineOn Remembrance activities.