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Following the loss of most of our data, staff at Taff have been working with our web developer to restore most of the content on the site. It is now up to date, but we will be adding new information and functionality over the coming weeks, to make it even better. To help you find things more easily, we will be adding drop down menus when you hover over the main tabs, but in the meantime, here's a summary of what is located where!
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TAFF PARTNERS - details of all our formal partnerships, plus a long list of contacts for useful organisations
MEDIA - Loads of photos & videos of all our events
We attended a lively public meeting in Canton last night (17th January) about our development on the site of the Maltings pub.
Local residents were mainly concerned about parking, but also about the number of homes in our two developments in this area, and the height of this latest development.
We generally undertake consultations on new schemes via the Planning system, but residents told us they would prefer to know our plans in advance of this. We thought that was a good point, and we hope we can re-assure residents about future schemes by publishing our plans.
We showed people at the meeting several of our current sites where there is lots of spare car parking, due to low levels of car ownership amongst our tenants ( see photos on Facebook) , and invited them to go and have a look themselves.
We also said we would go back to the architect to look at the height and the ‘look’ of the scheme, after one resident said the drawings indicate the development wouldn’t match the existing dwellings’ style.
One resident of Anglesey St wanted us to go and visit her home, so we could see how the scheme affects her view – we will do this if the lady gets in touch with us, or we can ask the Councillors to put us in touch with her.
It was good to know that people generally supported us building homes for people in need – over 650 people are on the list for a two bed home in Canton!
We are happy to talk further to anyone in the area who has concerns – contact us via FB or Twitter, or firstname.lastname@example.org, putting ‘Development’ in subject line.
Thanks to everyone who attended, it was a really interesting meeting.