Local Development Plan, final CCS forum Tuesday 8 October
Your Cardiff in 2026:
a plan to shape a city-region?
“Cities all over the world are the engines of their regions” Professor Kevin Morgan - one of the keynote speakers
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. This event is the last CCS will hold at which to voice concerns, approval or dissent.
How does this plan - compared with two previous failed attempts - address the economic, housing, environmental, transport needs of the city of the future? How well does this plan deal with known and unpredictable needs, the aspirations of its citizens - and of its neighbours?
Keynote speakers will include: Mark Barry transport consultant, Professors Kevin Morgan, John Punter and Dylan Jones-Evans. Other speakers tba.
The forum will be introduced with a presentation by CCS about the LDP and chaired by Lee Waters, director Institute of Welsh Affairs.
There will be time for audience comments and questions to the panel. CCS will be using the event as its final one prior to preparing a formal response to Cardiff's Deposit LDP.
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