CARDIFF AND THE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

As I didn't realise I was being filmed during the recent evening organised by the Cardiff Civic Society in conjunction with the Institute of Welsh Affairs, to consider the Local Development Plan (LDP) for Cardiff, this is slightly embarrassing!

As some of you may know, Cardiff Civic Society has been researching, collecting data, making responses about the development of the city and most specifically its Local Development Plan for nearly five years. This process comes to a conclusion as the City Council Deposits its LDP for the Welsh Government to consider and this meeting was one of the last opportunities to express an opinion on the document and the way forward.

Anyway, here is my short contribution to the debate (and yes, no powerpoint slides!).

There are also contributions available from Mark Barry, Rhodri Morgan, Kevin Morgan and John Punter.


 

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