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Lydstep Flats recladding agreed; Improvement works to begin at Roath Park Dam; New app for Into Work Cardiff support; WOW! Cardiff's walk to school programme rolled out; Success for Cardiff's School Holiday Enrichment Programme (SHEP)...
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: improvement works to begin at Roath Park Dam; a new app for Into Work support; WOW! Cardiff's walk to school programme rolled out; Success for Cardiff's School Holiday Enrichment Programme...
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Cardiff Council has confirmed its commitment to delivering recladding works to three of the authority’s high rise blocks, which had cladding removed after the Grenfell tragedy.
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Cardiff Council is legally responsible for maintaining the publicly owned Roath Park Dam, and routine inspections are required under the Reservoirs Act (1975).
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Cardiff Council has submitted a Listed Building Consent application for works to Roath Park Dam, prior to improvement works starting in Autumn 2021.
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A new app to support jobseekers and those looking to change careers in Cardiff to access real-time information and advice about the Council’s employability services is now available to download.
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A record number of Cardiff school children are travelling to school in healthier and cleaner ways as part of a UK-wide walk to school programme.
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This summer, more than 1200 children and young people accessed Cardiff's School Holiday Enrichment Programme (SHEP), meaning record numbers were able to enjoy the exciting programme of sport and educational provision, alongside healthy nutritious meals.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: campaign launched to significantly increase number and diversity of foster carers in Cardiff; Cardiff's COVID-19 case and test numbers; vaccination totals for Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan; and...
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Cardiff Council leader, Cllr Huw Thomas, has thanked residents who turned out to show their support for Bute Park after thousands of pounds of damage was caused by vandals.
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The views of Cardiff residents, gathered in a public consultation, are helping to shape how Wales’ capital will develop and grow over the next 15 years.
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‘Foster Wales', the new national network of 22 Local Authority fostering services across the country, launches a campaign today which aims to make a substantial national impact on the futures of young people.
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Proposals to purchase land in Llanishen for potential future education development; Public have their say on the future of Willows High School; Current Pressures in Social Care; Update on International Sports Village to accelerate completion...
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: consortium appointed as Successful Bidder for Cardiff’s new Indoor Arena; proposals to buy land in Llanishen; Cardiff’s COVID-19 case and test numbers; vaccination totals for Cardiff & Vale of Gla
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Land located at Ty Glas Road in Llanishen, could be used to enable a strategic vision for a mainstream community secondary school and for special school provision, if proposals to purchase the site are progressed.
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More than 200 members of the public have had their say on proposals for a new build Willows High School during a six week public engagement which sought the views of parents, pupils, stakeholders and the local community.