Cathays Green Space Regeneration Proposals
Proposals to improve three green spaces in Cathays will be unveiled to the public at two drop in sessions this week.
The designs for Cogan Street Gardens, Llanbleddian Gardens and Ruthin Gardens have been drawn up following initial research last year and aim to reduce issues with litter, loss of community, crime and anti-social behaviour.
The drop in sessions will be held at: Y Plas, Cardiff University Students’ Union, Park Place, Cardiff (Tuesday 23 February, 12 noon – 2pm) and Sherman Cymru, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff (Saturday 27 February, 10am – 1pm).
Cabinet Member for Skills, Safety, Engagement and Democracy, Cllr Daniel De’Ath, said: “The Cathays Regeneration Project has the potential to breathe new life into this area of Cathays. I’d really encourage the community to take the opportunity to have their say on the proposals. Their responses will help shape the designs and secure the funding needed to bring the plans to life.”
The project is a partnership between Cardiff University, Sherman Cymru, Cardiff University Students’ Union, Student Volunteering Cardiff, South Wales Police, Cardiff Digs and the City of Cardiff Council.
The consultation closes on March 23rd and the survey, proposals and full information is available at www.cardiff.gov.uk/cathaysgreenspaces.
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