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Source: Wales – City of Cardiff


20/11/20 – Indoor Arena Moves a Step Closer

The delivery of a new 15,000-capacity indoor arena in Cardiff Bay will move a step closer when the Council appoints its preferred bidder at a Cabinet meeting scheduled for the 26th November.

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20/11/20 – Contractor appointed to reclad high rise flats

A contractor has been appointed to reclad three of the city’s high rise blocks.

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19/11/20 – Two important Cardiff Bay buildings will be refurbished and saved

The future of two important heritage buildings in Cardiff Bay will be safeguarded for future generations as Cardiff Council’s plans to secure ownership have been given the go-ahead.

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19/11/20 – Plans Move forward for a new bridge linking Llanrumney to the A48

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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19/11/20 – Plans for Wellfield Road are given the go-ahead

The final agreed scheme for Wellfield Road which includes a new one-way-system, a pop-up cycleway; improved facilities for pedestrians, as well as short stay parking, has been given the go-ahead with 74% of local residents surveyed supporting the new plans.

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18/11/20 – Plans approved for a new Fitzalan High School

Cardiff Council’s Planning Committee have today approved plans to build a new Fitzalan High School on land next to the Leckwith Stadium in the Canton area of the city.

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17/11/20 – Cardiff and Swansea Joint Statement – Ice Walk Attractions

Following updated public health advice received from the office of Wales’ Chief Medical Officer over the weekend, it has been decided that the ice walk attractions, which were due to open in both Cardiff and Swansea city centres will remain closed.

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16/11/20 – Primary School Applications open today and guidance available to families applying for a place

Applications for September 2021 primary school places open today, (Monday 16 November 2020) and a new campaign has been launched to provide guidance to parents applying for a place.

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16/11/20 – Free tablet scheme launches for Cardiff residents on a low income

Cardiff Council’s Advice service are launching a Tablet Gifting Scheme to offer free tablet devices with internet access to individuals who do not have a device or internet connection at home.

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