The Council’s Waste Management team will be replacing the larger black bins that we currently use with much smaller ones in Heath Ward as part of its reducing waste programme.
Residents will have their bins changed within October and November.
Fenella said ‘There has been considerable opposition to these changes among the residents of Cardiff and I can foresee lots of complaints over the coming months. ‘
If you need more information about the changes and how they may affect you this can be obtained from www.cardiff.gov.uk or by calling C2C on 029 2087 2087. Alternatively contact Fenella.
Residents of Cardiff North have been invited to choose the Conservative candidate for the Welsh Assembly Elections in 2016.
Cardiff North Conservatives will hold an Open Primary to select its candidate on July 16th 2015 at All Nations Centre , 7pm. Anyone registered to vote in Cardiff North can apply to take part.
To register, contact the Conservative office at :
www.cardiffnorthconservatives.com or call 029 2073 3225
NOTE :This post is for information only and does not represent the views of the Heath & Birchgrove Independents in any way or form. We will not be endorsing any candidates of any political parties nor expressing any public opinion on the selection processes or outcomes.
As from 1st August 2015, the bus station in Central Square will be closed to allow the construction of the new BBC building. There will be NO replacement bus station – or Integrated Transport Hub (as it will be known) until 2017 at the latest.
There will be a publicity campaign and roadshows around the city throughout July , and there will be guides employed around the central square to assist bus users and direct them to the appropriate bus stops. Artistic impressions of the proposed new bus station will also be on display.
Heath, Birchgrove, and Whitchurch buses 21, 21A,23, 24, 24A will depart from Lower St Mary Street. Thornhill buses 11,28,28A,28B, and 54 will depart from behind John Lewis.