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Cardiff Council has announced that Kier has been selected as the preferred bidder to construct new accommodation for ‘Ysgol Cynefin', formerly known as The Court School.
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: A £25m recladding plan for Butetown high-rises; Increasing Additional Learning Needs education; Changes to the school admissions policy; Radyr Rangers to get help to improve facilities
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A famous Cardiff landmark – the Pierhead Clock - has been fully restored and is being reinstalled in its protective glass box in Lower St Mary Street later today (18 March).
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Plans to help Radyr Rangers improve facilities to be agreed; City-wide plans to increase and realign provision for pupils with Additional Learning Needs; Council publishes revised school admissions policy...
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Plans that will help sports club Radyr Rangers improve their facilities at Morganstown Recreation Ground are due to be agreed with Cardiff Council.
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Comprehensive proposals to enhance and increase Additional Learning Needs provision in Cardiff are proposed from September 2024, following two public consultations which concluded in January.
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Cardiff Council has proposed making changes to its school's admissions policy following a public consultation process carried out at the turn of the year.
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£1billion investment in delivering affordable homes for Cardiff; Council pledges to combat racial discrimination in the workplace; Travel advice for Wales vs Italy on 16 March in Cardiff; Plans for a ‘Green Paper' into Green Energy investment revealed
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Building new council homes at a time of unprecedented demand for housing and homelessness services remains paramount for Cardiff Council over the coming year.
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Plans for a £25m investment in two blocks of flats in the city are in the pipeline as part of the council's high-rise recladding scheme.
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Cardiff Council has become the latest local authority to sign up to UNISON’s anti-racism charter.
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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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Wales will be taking on Italy on Saturday 16 March at Principality Stadium. With the kick-off taking place at 2.15pm - there will be a full city centre road closure from 10.15am until 6.15pm
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: Work begins on new flood defences to protect Cardiff homes; Cardiff's plan to improve key bus routes revealed; New design and build partner set to be appointed for Cardiff Crossrail
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For many Cardiff people, the Boulevard de Nantes is one of the grander roads in the city’s majestic civic centre – a tree-lined, broad thoroughfare flanked by some of our finest architectural wonders.
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Construction of a new Flood Defence scheme that will protect 2,800 homes from the risk of flooding has begun.