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Residents staying at Cardiff Dogs Home have a new garden to enjoy as they wait to find their forever home.
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If you've ever had the urge to explore a beautiful island, get back to nature and discover your inner Robinson Crusoe you now have the chance – and it's just five miles off the coast of Cardiff.
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Eleven parks and green spaces in Cardiff could be permanently protected from future development if Cardiff Council plans get the go ahead.
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Proposals to protect green spaces with Fields In Trust
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2,500 community volunteers braved one of the wettest winters on record to help plant 30,000 trees in just 6 months, as part of a project to create an urban forest in Cardiff.
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Plans for a ‘Green Paper’ to explore investment opportunities around the green energy transition linked to Cardiff Council’s response to the climate emergency and carbon neutral targets have been revealed.
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Construction of a new Flood Defence scheme that will protect 2,800 homes from the risk of flooding has begun.
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Cardiff Council has agreed its Corporate Plan, outlining the priorities and goals it has set itself for the next three years and beyond.
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A popular circular walk at Hendre Lake Park is back in use after Cardiff Council completed the rebuilding of a bridge at the popular beauty spot.
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Cardiff Council has published its Corporate Plan, outlining the priorities and goals it has set itself for the next three years and beyond.
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Sixteen heritage fruit trees have been planted at a new Community Orchard site at Blackweir in Bute Park, including the ‘Apple Tree Man' which is the traditional name given to the oldest apple tree in an Orchard.
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Plans for an initial twenty-three Cardiff Council buildings to benefit from an energy saving retrofit programme that would save money and reduce carbon emissions have been agreed, as the local authority continues its One Planet Cardiff work
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Cardiff has scored highly in a major new EU survey assessing the quality of life in major European cities – and been declared the best of all for families with young children.
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Plans for an initial twenty-three Cardiff Council buildings to benefit from a £1.8 million energy saving retrofit programme that would save money and reduce carbon emissions have been revealed.
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Cardiff Council has welcomed a recently published Woodland Trust policy paper setting out the importance of trees and woods for nature recovery in Wales and making five key recommendations for local authorities.
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Cardiff’s Local Nature Partnership (LNP) are encouraging local people, community groups and businesses to help develop a Local Nature Action Recovery Plan that will set out what needs to be done to restore and improve nature in the city.