News that you might have missed – 27/11/23
24/11/23 – Waste collections in Cardiff will return to normal operations from next week onwards
Unite’s current industrial action ends on Sunday, 26 November, so from Tuesday, 28 November, waste collections in Cardiff will return to normal operations.
24/11/23 – Dock Feeder Canal on Churchill Way opens to the public on Friday, 24 November
The Dock Feeder on Churchill Way – which runs from the top of Churchill Way to North Edward Street – will open to the public on Friday, 24 November
23/11/23 – Public Consultation now open on City-wide plans to increase Additional Learning Needs provision
Members of the public are invited to share their views on comprehensive proposals to enhance and increase Additional Learning Needs provision in Cardiff which could see more than 200 new places provided city-wide.
22/11/23 – Investment Zone heading for Cardiff Capital Region
£160M funding from UK Government and Welsh Government announced in the Autumn Statement to support intensive economic growth in Southeast Wales.
21/11/23 – Ending violence against women and girls starts when we #ChangeTheStory
The annual White Ribbon Day takes place across the world this weekend, providing an opportunity to reflect on the challenges of overcoming men’s violence against women and girls.
21/11/23 – Cardiff’s new Indoor Arena moves into the development phase
Enabling works for Cardiff’s new 15,000-capacity indoor area are set to begin in January 2024 – as the project moves into the delivery phase – with an opening date earmarked for the end of 2026.
21/11/23 – Willows High School development: Have your say
Plans to relocate and rebuild Willows High School are open for public consultation.
20/11/23 – On World Children’s Day Cardiff reflects on becoming the UK’s first ever UNICEF Child Friendly City
To coincide with World Children’s Day, a UNICEF Child Friendly City flag is being flown from a bastion at Cardiff Castle