Introduction

 This project has been prioritised under the new Neighbourhood Renewal Scheme Programme.  The proposal was submitted by Cathays Ward Councillors to provide improvements to selected road end closures that could then accommodate community led environmental projects e.g. planters for flowers and plants to provide habitat for wildlife – in particular, pollinating insects. Additional benefits will be to improve pedestrian and cycle access and the reduction of fly tipping and other forms of anti-social behaviour.

 

Cathays Improvement Scheme - Urgent Update

Following the public health guidance and the updated government warnings regarding Coronavirus, the improvement works to the road enclosures under the Cathays environmental improvement scheme will cease until further notice.

As soon as we are in a position to process with the scheme, we will provide an update.

We offer our sincere apologies for any extended inconvenience this may cause to residents.

 

What’s Happening Now?

Cardiff Council held a public consultation in October 2019 to obtain views from the community regarding proposed improvements to three road end closures in Cathays. A lot of positive feedback was received during the consultation session and the plans have been amended to accommodate views and suggestions.

 

The improvements include:
• Shared surface for pedestrians and cyclists
• Resurfacing
• Benches
• Planters
• New Bollards

 

Horan have now been appointed as Principle Contractor to carry out the works on behalf of the Council which will commence on the 17th February, with an anticipated duration of 7 weeks.

 

Contact Details

For further information please contact John Holloman on jholloman@cardiff.gov.uk or 0292037358.  

 

You can also contact us directly by clicking here

 

 

Address:

 

John Hollowman,

Neighbourhood Regeneration,

Northside, First Floor,

Willcox House, Dunleavy Drive,

Cardiff

CF110BE

Cathays Environmental Improvements

Cathays Plan