Plans to open up hidden courtyard behind historic Cardiff arcades.

Designed by Cardiff-based Rio Architects plans have been submitted to Cardiff Council, to create four new spaces designed for independent bars and restaurants around a central, open courtyard. The scheme has been inspired by projects such as Soho’s Kingly Court, tucked away behind Carnaby Street. Read the full article here – http://bit.ly/3qgtxpU

Canal Quarter and Cardiff East Transport Scheme details revealed

Cardiff residents are being asked for their views on plans for an exciting, new Canal Quarter in the city centre and on the Cardiff East Transport Scheme which will manage traffic options around parts of the city. The new project could see Boulevard de Nantes; Stuttgarter Strasse; Dumfries Placeand Station Terrace remodelled, replacing an ‘outdated’…

Breaking ground for ground-breaking new homes

Work on a housing development of the future, to build more than 200 low carbon homes for Cardiff, has begun. Cardiff Council and its partners, Wates Residential, have started construction on the largestdevelopment in the Cardiff Living scheme, that will deliver 214 new properties on the former site of Eastern high school off Newport Road. The…

Boost for Cardiff Bay as Atlantic Wharf masterplan revealed

A new masterplan for Atlantic Wharf, which sets out how 30 acres of land A new masterplan for Atlantic Wharf, which sets out how 30 acres of land will be redeveloped to help transform Cardiff Bay into a top-tier UK visitor attraction, has been revealed Cardiff Council’s Cabinet will be asked to approve the draft…