Civic Trust Cymru promotes civic pride as a means to improving the quality of life for all in the places where we live and work, and encourages community action, good design, sustainable development and respect for the built environment amongst people of all ages.

Monthly archives for September, 2015

Proposed changes to Planning Policy Wales Chapter 10 and Technical Advice Note 4: Retail Centre Development

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Information from the Welsh Government: “PPW promotes established retail centres as the most appropriate locations for retailing and other complementary functions. The aim of the review is to update PPW Chapter 10 and TAN4 so that it is in line with a Welsh Government objective to enhance the vitality, attractiveness and viability of established centres. […]



The 2015 Convention is being held at Newport Cathedral (St. Woolos) on Saturday 7th November Registration opens at 9:30 am The Convention starts at 10 am and closes 4:30 pm TO BOOK YOUR TICKET(S) All queries, special requirements and bookings should be made via this link. Programme Theme: AFTER THE ‘NEWPORT RISING’ Speakers include: Prof. […]

Abergavenny Civic Society 2015-16 programme

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Programme of meetings to run up until June 2016 Venue – Methodist Church Hall, Castle Street, unless otherwise stated, starting at 7.30 pm (non-members £2) 14 Sept – The Monmouthshire and Brecknock Canal A chance to hear from the Canals and Rivers Trust about the challenges they face looking after such a unique waterway, from how […]

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales becomes the Patron of Civic Trust Cymru

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Civic Trust Cymru is delighted to announce that HRH The Prince of Wales has accepted its invitation to become the Patron of the Trust. Civic Trust Cymru, formerly the Civic Trust for Wales (established in 1964), was launched on 1st April 2015.  Civic Trust Cymru promotes civic pride as a means to improving the quality of […]