The Plasnewydd PACT ward is bounded by Roath Park to Richmond Road, and Newport Road to Albany Road. The Ward encompasses the busy shopping areas of City Road, Albany Road and Wellfield Road. It is a lively community with many retailers and restaurants making Plasnewydd a popular area to shop and socialise, both for residents and visitors.
Plasnewydd has an established residential area with a strong sense of community and a large student population which makes the area diverse. There are several community and leisure facilities in the Plasnewydd Ward including Pen Y Lan Library and Plasnewydd Community Centre for fitness and entertainment.
Your local Neighbourhood Policing team are :
- PC Sara Robinson who manages the area with her team of PCSOs, including PCSO Paul Baker, PCSO Martyn David and PCSO Natalie Morgan.
They patrol both on foot and bicycle to maintain a high visibility presence and promote community reassurance.
Mackintosh Centre, Keppoch St @7 pm
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To view information on the priorities click the link. The current priorities are:
Location: throughout the plasnewydd ward
Priority 2Parking Issues
* Location: tyn-y-coed lane
Location: shelly gardens
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- Environmental Improvements in Plasnewydd
- Those at the PACT meeting have repeatedly expressed concerns at the levels of litter, rubbish and fly tipping prevelent in the ward.
It was agreed at the meeting to make improving the environment a partnership project as it is appreciated that it will take at least 6 months make any impact on this problem.
- Parking Problems in Plasnewydd
- It has been recognised that parking in an illegal and dangerous manner has long been a problem in the Plasnewydd ward.
It was decided at the PACT meeting to highlight this issue as a PACT project. Working together the police, councillors and other interested agencies aim to make a significant impact on this issue.
In July Cardiff Council is due to take over the traffic warden function from the police, it is anticipated that the number of wardens will be increased over a period of time which should improve the visibility of wardens on the streets.
The focus of the campaign will be those motorists who persistently park on the double yellow lines on street corners as this is not only obstructive but highly dangerous.
The police are working in partnership with the council to ensure that lines that have faded with time are re-painted on a regular basis and that all restricted parking signs are in place and clearly visible.
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