Cardiff Council’s controversial plans for Cardiff’s bus station have been ‘called in’ by Neil McEvoy, the Leader of the Plaid Group on Cardiff Council.
The call in means that a special committee will meet on the 13th of September to scrutinise the latest plans that could see grade A office space and homes replaced with student flats.
The bus station scheme put forward by the Labour Council has been struggling for months. In March this year, Cardiff Council’s handling of the funding for the project was described as a ‘masterclass in incompetence’ by Media Wales’ Chief Reporter. This was after it emerged no funding package had been put in place to build the bus station more than 18 months after the old bus station had been demolished.
Average party vote across Cardiff West
Cardiff Plaid increased its vote by 77% across Cardiff West and finished in first or second place in every ward in the west of the city. We also saw strong performances across our capital.
In Fairwater, Plaid took a clean sweep of all three seats, with the sitting Labour Councillor losing his seat.
Cardiff Plaid finished in a close second in every other seat in Cardiff West, as well as in Grangetown and Butetown in the south of the city.