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Pupils from Coed Glas Primary School in Llanishen have enjoyed a unique opportunity to visit the demolition site at the former HMRC office building at Tŷ Glas.
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A special ground-breaking ceremony has marked the start of construction of a new pioneering joint education campus, to be located in the Fairwater area of the city.
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One of Cardiff Council’s key employment initiatives is proving its worth in helping those who are eager to learn develop their skills in new trades and take great strides along their career paths.
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Plans to relocate and rebuild Willows High School are open for public consultation.
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Cardiff Council is taking steps to increase the protection afforded to buildings of local architectural or historical interest in the city against demolition or unsympathetic development.
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Cardiff Council has now completed a detailed review including inspections at 115 schools across the city and is happy that none of the schools contain Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC)
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One of Cardiff's newest primary schools has opened its doors for the very first time this week, as staff and pupils arrived for the start of term at the brand-new Ysgol Gynradd Groes-wen Primary School at Plasdŵr.
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A brand-new home for St Mellons Church in Wales Primary School opened its doors for the very first time this week, as staff and pupils arrived for the start of term at the new build £6 million school.
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A much-loved former Cardiff pub – the Rompney Castle – could now be saved from the threat of demolition after Cardiff Council stepped in to prevent it being knocked down.
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This week, Cardiff's newest secondary school opened its doors to pupils and staff for the very first time, as Fitzalan High School commences the start of the new term in its brand-new home.
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As a historic port, Cardiff has long had special ties with the Royal Navy and illustrious ships have carried the city’s name around the world for more than 400 years.
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A new block of 28 apartments that will help Cardiff Council to expand its temporary accommodation for families in the city is nearing completion on the site of a former Morrisons supermarket in Pentwyn.
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Cardiff Council's Planning Committee have approved plans for new build accommodation for The Court School. A decision to rename the school ‘Ysgol Cynefin' has also been agreed.
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The contract to carry out the enabling works associated with the development of new build accommodation for Willows High School has been awarded to Morgan Sindall Construction, Cardiff Council can announce.
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Cardiff's multi-million pound investment in education, including new schools and improvements to existing school buildings, has been outlined in a new report published this week.
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A public consultation on the development of a pioneering joint education campus for Cardiff, has opened today.