CARDIFF COUNCIL GREEN PAPER -CHANGING HOW WE MOVE AROUND A GROWING CITY A CARDIFF CIVIC SOCIETY PERSPECTIVE The green paper is a welcome step forward in the transport debate, linking growth, urban planning and future transport. The objectives appear two fold :- To gauge public opinion on the need for change, and the acceptability of […]
Record of a one-day seminar, Wednesday 21st March 2018 Cardiff University, Glamorgan Building. 1. INTRODUCTION. Cardiff faces the multiple challenges of being the highest growth city outside London (both population and jobs), increasingly stringent and legally enforceable air quality controls, growing traffic congestion, and higher expectations of improved quality of life from its residents all […]
21 December 2017 Dear letters, Everyone loves trees – it’s official. A recent Trees for Cities survey revealed that nine out of ten people in Cardiff believe we should be planting more trees than we cut down. In Bute Park, the Tree Charter totem pole is a proud symbol of hope that we will start […]
Press release from Trees for Cities, which mentions Cardiff Civic Society’s project for tree planting.
9 in 10 of people in Cardiff agree: we need to plant more trees than we cut down in the city Trees for Cities poll finds that 92% of Cardiff residents support initiates to plant more trees in UK cities. More than 9 in 10 of the people living in Cardiff agree more trees need […]