Cardiff Civic Society awards its first ‘hidden hero’ award

Posted by on Jul 10, 2018 in News | No Comments

Carol Ann Tyrrell who keeps Whitchurch Library Park spotless has received Cardiff Civic Society’s inaugural ‘Hidden Hero’ award. Carol, who was nominated by fellow Whitchurch resident, Professor John Aggleton, who works at Cardiff University, has been collecting litter at her local park for nine  years. “During my husband’s last years he was confined to a […]

CARDIFF COUNCIL GREEN PAPER – Changing How We Move Around A Growing City

Posted by on Jun 4, 2018 in Cardiff, News | No Comments

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 […]

CARDIFF TOMORROW – The Future of our Public Services 8th May 2018

Posted by on May 2, 2018 in Events, News | No Comments

  On behalf of the Cardiff Public Services Board, Cynnal Cymru invites you to the Cornerstone in Central Cardiff at 4.00pm on the 8th of May to hear from Cardiff’s public service leaders on the future of public services in the capital city of Wales. Speakers: Cllr Huw Thomas, Leader of Cardiff Council and Chair of […]

The Transport Future of Cardiff City: 2026 and beyond.

Posted by on Apr 17, 2018 in Cardiff, News | No Comments

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 […]