Adamsdown is made up of the streets leading from the arterial roads of Clifton Street and Broadway. To the north it is bounded by Newport Road and to the west by the City Centre. Schools include Adamsdown Primary School, Tredegarville Primary School and Stacey Road Primary School.
Your local neighbourhood officers are:
PC 5074 Stuart Styles
PCSO 55609 Alex Ricketts - mobile no: 07825503925
PCSO 55745 Adam Turner- mobile no: 07825521561
PCSO 55809 Andy Evans- mobile no: 07880057616.
You will see them out and about on their daily patrols throughout the ward. Please stop them for a chat.
You can also dial the 101 Service to contact officers, to pass on information and to report non emergency incidents. If it is an emergency, remember to dial 999.
Your nearest Police Station open to the public is Cardiff Central, King Edward V11 Avenue, Cathays Park
The next meeting is still currently being planned. Please check back soon for more information
To view information on the priorities click the link. The current priorities are:
Priority 1Animal Problems
Location: stacey road
Priority 2Environmental Damage/Littering
Location: lane between stacey road/richards terrace
Priority 3Parking Issues
Location: stacey road
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- Fox Lane 'Spruce Up' and alley gating Project
- Fox Lane has long been run down and subject to fly tipping, grafitti and dog fouling. This is a long back lane with numerous entrances from the surrounding streets.
- Richards Terrace/Stacey Road Lane alley gating and clean up
- The lane running between Richards Terrace and Stacey Road has been an area of concern over the past few months, with a rise in ASB, auto crime and flytipping. Local residents have raised concerns also. Over the coming months, we would like to set up a project and work with partner agencies to tackle the lane, with alley gating, a clean up and graffiti art. Updates will be posted as/when and we ask any local residents to become involved with the project.
View PACT Project Archives