@huwthomas_Wales must issue a repairs notice on #Cardiff Coal Exchange

Drone footage taken on October 19, 2020, show the roof to be in a serious state of disrepair. Detail of roof damage on the Coal Exchange Text of an open letter to Cllr Huw Thomas, the leader of Cardiff council from Cardiff Civic Society: Dear Councillor Thomas, Cardiff Civic Society and Save the Coal Exchange … Continue reading @huwthomas_Wales must issue a repairs notice on #Cardiff Coal Exchange

Cllr Goodway “acutely aware” of concerns at loss of #Cardiff’s much loved old buildings

Cabinet member for development claims groups identify "what they consider heritage buildings but that do not enjoy listed status, such that it is difficult to justify a council intervention" Cardiff Coal Exchange a grade 2* listed building with extensive roof damage (bottom left) In a statement to Cardiff council on 26 November, Cllr Russell Goodway … Continue reading Cllr Goodway “acutely aware” of concerns at loss of #Cardiff’s much loved old buildings

Revealed: Shocking Scale of Damage to Roof of #Cardiff Coal Exchange

Exlusive new drone photography show extent of neglect Demands that Cardiff Council and Cadw, the national heritage body take action Damage to roof of Coal Exchange, 19 October 2020. Exclusive drone photographs reveal the extent of the damage to the roof of Cardiff's Coal Exchange. With regard to the restoration of the Coal Exchange, in … Continue reading Revealed: Shocking Scale of Damage to Roof of #Cardiff Coal Exchange

Put people and places of Butetown first

Cardiff's Coal Exchange Cardiff Civic Society is calling on Cardiff Council’s cabinet to lead Wales by taking a new approach to the places we live. Council’s cabinet should shelve grandiose plans for an expensive new arena, a new council headquarters and a Museum of Military Medicine, and instead focus on building a better Butetown. The … Continue reading Put people and places of Butetown first

Time for Welsh Government to rescue the Coal Exchange

Cardiff's Coal Exchange Cardiff Civic Society and Save the Coal Exchange have joined forces to ask the Welsh Government to step in to save this historic building for the nation. “The company that owns the Coal Exchange building in Cardiff has gone into administration, and the future of the building is once again uncertain,” says … Continue reading Time for Welsh Government to rescue the Coal Exchange