Thursday, 16 October 2008

Fight against Park Road continues

fight against park road continues - keep artic lorries out of our park

BBC News
Fight against park road continues
BBC News, UK - 57 minutes ago
Cardiff council has agreed plans to build a new bridge and an access road into Bute Park for delivery and maintenance vehicles. ...
Don’t scar this beautiful park
WalesOnline, United Kingdom - 20 Sep 2008
Therefore I oppose the new planned road and bridge in Bute Park. Over the past few years the park has held several events, the latest of these has been the ...

Bute Park bridge gets go-ahead

A PLANNING committee has given the go-ahead for a controversial £1.4m bridge to be built into Cardiff’s Bute Park. Read

Wrecking Lottery Heritage fund here paying to bring articulated lorrries into the park.

Project: Bute Park Restoration
Applicant: The County council of the City and County of Cardiff
Programme: Parks
Location: Cardiff, South Glamorgan
Region: Wales
Amount awarded: £3,123,000

Description: The County Council of the City and County of Cardiff proposes the restoration of Bute Park, located in the heart of Cardiff, together with the delivery of significant benefits in respect to the facilitation of both physical and intellectual access. On 27 June 2006 the HLF Board of Trustees approved a Stage One Pass (??3,123,000; 55%) with an award of Development Funding of ??115,000 (55% of total eligible project costs). This application will be assessed against the Authority demonstrating that they have met our Stage Two requirements

Head of Wrecking Heritage Lottery Fund, Wales

Jennifer Stewart began her career as an archaeologist in the Middle East and subsequently as Curator of Archaeology at the Bristol City Museum.

As Head of Documentation at the National Museum of Wales she also built up expertise in computerised documentation, and the use of new technology in the management of and public access to museum collections.

She joined the Heritage Lottery Fund as Manager for Wales in January 1999

Do you know these people? On the committee for wales?

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