Cardiff Tops in Age Segregation

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in News | No Comments

Cardiff tops in age segregation. The housing crisis has created a ‘geographical wedge’ driving generations apart in towns and cities, according to research. The number of neighbourhoods in which half the population is over 50 has risen sevenfold since 1991, from 65 to 485 in 2014, 60 per cent of which are in rural areas, […]

How long will Cardiff be without a bus station?

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016 in News | No Comments

How long will Cardiff be without a bus station? Cardiff Civic Society has been actively involved in the discussions about infrastructure development over many years. We are convinced that the lack of progress on several fronts is seriously handicapping the city in supporting the ambitious growth plans outlined  recently at the Policy Forum for Wales […]

‘Delivering the City Deal and developing the Cardiff Capital Region’ – Conference Notes from Cardiff Civic Society

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in News | No Comments

IS THE CITY DEAL THE WAY TO DELIVER THE METRO? CONFERENCE NOTES FROM CARDIFF CIVIC SOCIETY. As a follow up to our interest in the Cardiff City Deal (published on this website) we attended the conference ‘Delivering the City Deal and developing the Cardiff Capital Region’ run by the Policy Forum for Wales on 5th […]

Cardiff Civic Society objects to Cardiff University’s Centre for Student Life building

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in News | No Comments

Cardiff Civic Society objects to Cardiff University’s Centre for Student Life building on a number of counts. First of all it will result in the demolition of the historic Victorian villas of numbers 46, 47 and 48 Park Place – within the Conservation Area.  Losing these buildings will damage the integrity of the area, and […]