Last year, the City of Cardiff Council, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water and Natural Resources Wales spoke to Grangetown residents and representatives about the plans to invest £2 million in Greener Grangetown, an innovative scheme to better manage rainwater in your community.
They received over 160 responses and have used your feedback to help them with the designs and they are now in the final stages. You are invited you to the drop-in sessions to discuss these designs and explain how your views have been taken into account.
There will be holding two events at the Salvation Army Hall, Corporation Road, Cardiff CF11 7AY on:
Wednesday 20th May 2015, between 4pm and 8pm
Wednesday 10th June 2015, between 4pm and 8pm
Representatives from the Greener Grangetown project team will be on hand to explain how our plans may affect you, answer any questions you may have and give you an opportunity to have one more say on some design options such as planting and paving. You will also have the opportunity to comment on proposed new parking arrangements.
Find out more and get involved
If you can’t attend an event, you can still have a say. For further information or to fill out an online questionnaire, please visit www.greenergrangetown.wordpress.com You can also complete the enclosed questionnaire and post it in the Greener Grangetown post box at the Buzz Café (185 Penarth Rd). If you have any questions you can email them to [email protected] or get involved on Twitter @greenergrange using #greenergrangetown. The consultation closes on Friday 19th June 2015.