Liveable Cities – Notes from the debate featuring Sir Simon Jenkins – 23rd November 2018

Posted by on Dec 3, 2018 in CCS Campaigns, News | No Comments

LIVEABLE CITIES NOTES FROM THE DEBATE FEATURING Sir Simon Jenkins A JOINT EVENT BETWEEN CARDIFF CIVIC SOCIETY (ccs) AND CARDIFF UNIVERSITY 23RD NOVEMBER 2018, Glamorgan Building   INTRODUCTION As the fastest growing city in the UK away from the SE of England CCS are keen to ensure that the drive for growth is not at […]

Investigating links across commuting, travel satisfaction and well-being in the Cardiff Region

Posted by on Nov 14, 2018 in Cardiff University, News | No Comments

WELCOM Study Investigating links across commuting, travel satisfaction and well-being in the Cardiff Region  School of Geography and Planning Cardiff University   This research study is aimed at capturing the daily patterns of commuters and their travel satisfaction in the Cardiff Region. Most importantly, we seek to better understand how commuting feeds into travellers’ well-being. We aim to collect […]

Geocaching in Riverside on Wednesday 3rd October 2018 at 5.30pm

Posted by on Sep 10, 2018 in Events | No Comments

Details of our latest Cardiff Civic Society event. A fabulous, fun and quirky way to find out more hidden gems about the city you know and love. On this ‘treasure hunt’ we will explore Riverside, finding out interesting stories, juicy facts, and hidden aspects of the area – all led by our local geocache expert […]

Liveable Cities Debate with Sir Simon Jenkins – 23 November 2018

Posted by on Aug 31, 2018 in Events | No Comments

Poor planning decisions, a huge rise in population, congestion and pollution – can Cardiff remain a liveable city? Currently, one of Cardiff’s key attributes is the fact that it is a liveable city, with wonderful green spaces, a compact centre and a sense of community thanks to its relatively small population. But is all that […]