A recent socially distanced protest at the Northern Meadows, Whitchurch A letter to the editor of the South Wales Echo published on 4 August 2020 Dear letters, In his open letter, Dr Ashley Roberts, Consultant Interventional Radiologist at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, describes a stand-alone cancer centre such as the one proposed by Velindre as … Continue reading Proposed Velindre cancer centre an ‘archaic model’
Fairwater park, Cardiff Cardiff's Cabinet Member for Parks acknowledges that the Vale of Glamorgan council has stopped using Glyphosate in a selection of its parks, but he refuses to commit to similar action in the capital In a recent letter to the Civic Society (below), Cllr Peter Bradbury answers some of our most recent questions … Continue reading #Cardiff parks: @PEBradbury refuses to take further action against weedkiller linked to cancer
Otters, badgers and bats all under threat from developers HERE IS THE TEXT OF CARDIFF CIVIC SOCIETY'S RESPONSE TO THE PRE-APPLICATION CONSULTATION ON LECKWITH QUAY : JUNE 2020 Cardiff Civic Society has the following comments on this consultation: 1. The Planning Report (PR 2.1.4) states that in planning policy terms the site - the majority … Continue reading Leckwith Quays development does not comply with national or local policy
Management of Council Land – grass mowing and glyphosate use Text of Cardiff Civic Society to Peter Bradbury, the Cabinet Member for Parks, Cardiff Council Thank you for your response to our letter about grass mowing and glyphosate use (attached below) We are pleased that you have agreed to increase areas where the land will … Continue reading “Concerning and disappointing” – Cardiff council continue to mow flowers and use poisonous weed killer
Cardiff Civic Society and Save the Northern Meadows campaign have joined forces to urge the Velindre Cancer Centre to find another location for the hospital. The tragedy of Covid-19 has illustrated beyond all doubt how much the citizens of Cardiff depend on green space for health and well-being, and the Northern Meadows provide an oasis … Continue reading Find another location for the Velindre Cancer Centre! #SaveNorthernMeadows
Ely trail, Leckwith, near the proposed new housing development Cardiff Civic Society is calling on residents to beat the deadline for objections to plans for new houses in a woodland area in Leckwith You can object by writing to: <firstname.lastname@example.org><email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cardiff Civic Society objects to these plans to build a new housing estate the … Continue reading Beat the deadline: object to new houses in Ely river countryside near Leckwith!
Source: Bute Park Alliance; The Rise (Cardiff) Ltd developers (planning application) Discussions were not formally completed and approved prior to the works being undertaken Sub-optimal context ahead of the tree works taking place Dialogue fell short of the Council formally giving the final approval for the works on Council land Discrepancies between the Arboricultural Method … Continue reading Llandaff Fields Trees: @cardiffcouncil finally admits that developers’ actions were in conflict with planning conditions
Britannia Park, Butetown, future site of the Military Medical Museum Cllr Huw Thomas the leader of Cardiff council claims his plans to locate a military museum on a park in Butetown won't cost anything to the city or its residents. But is this really the case? Does the military museum have a viable business plan? … Continue reading Will Cardiff residents end up paying for Huw Thomas’ military medicine museum?
“We warned Cardiff Council of the serious risk posed by allowing Signature Living to take on the Coal Exchange. Mr Kenwright’s past bankruptcies, financial dealings and disqualifications made him a deeply unsuitable candidate for undertaking a complex restoration of one of Cardiff’s most important historic buildings. This was also made abundantly clear by Stephen Doughty … Continue reading Cardiff Civic Society response to collapse of Coal Exchange owner’s company
Joy Lock, the president of the campaign to save the trees at Suffolk House has written a moving letter to developer John Pinn, director of the CPS Homes group Dear Sir I am taking the liberty of writing to you as a last resort in my appeal to save the magnificent Copper Beech at Suffolk … Continue reading CPS Homes will be ‘forever remembered, thanked and praised’ if they save the copper beech