Cathays regeneration project
The City of Cardiff Council, South Wales Police and partners are looking to develop a number of green spaces in Cathays and improve the local area to enhance facilities for residents.
Following an initial consultation last year new designs have been drawn up and now it’s time for the community to have their say. The designs will be unveiled to the public at community drop in sessions next week:
Tuesday 23rd February, 12pm – 2pm, Y Plas, Cardiff University Students’ Union
Saturday 27th February, 10am – 1pm, Sherman Theatre
An online survey will also be open between 23rd February – 23rd March.
Cardiff Digs are particularly interested in hearing the views of anyone who works, lives, studies or travels through the Cathays area, but welcome the views of everyone who has an interest in the area. They are using #CathaysGreenSpaces on Twitter so why not join the conversation? Responses to the consultation will be used to help secure the funding needed to bring these plans to life, so make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to have your say!
Cogan St Gardens, Llanbleddian Gardens and Ruthin Gardens will all benefit from this partnership project between the Council, South Wales Police, Cardiff Digs, Cardiff University, Sherman Cymru, Cardiff University Students’ Union, and Student Volunteering Cardiff.
Further information about the Project can be found online at www.cardiff.gov.uk/cathaysgreenspaces . Please note the survey and design proposals will be available online from 23rd February.
Published: February 22, 2016BACK TO NEWS LIST