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Cardiff Bay
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Cardiff Bay
Cardiff Bay
Cardiff Bay
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  • 1. Cardiff Bay (Use multimap)
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  • 18. Introduction
    • One of the most successful redevelopment schemes in UK
    • 15 year waterfront development programme
    • Leisure, houses, business, retail
  • 19. Original use
    • Start of 20 th Century busiest coal port in world
    • Declined due to deindustrialisation and closure of Welsh coal mines
    • By 1980s – dereliction and decay, high unemployment locally
  • 20. Scale of project
    • Cardiff Bay Development Corporation set up in 1987 to regenerate 1,100 hectares (2700 football pitches)
    • £2.4 billion
    • 1:4 ratio of public to private money
    • Also wanted to connect city centre with the waterfront – distance of about a mile
  • 21. Barrage
    • Major feature is Cardiff Bay Barrage to enclose a clean fresh water area to act as centrepiece to the development
    • Europe’s largest city centre waterfront – 13 km of waterfront around the bay
  • 22. End of UDC
    • The UDC ended in 2000 and responsibility now lies with Welsh Assembly which has its new building on the waterfront in Cardiff Bay
  • 23. Achievements to date
    • See handout
    • Also Welsh assembly building and Wales Millennium Centre – an arts and cultural centre
  • 24. Future Developments
    • More shops, businesses, houses etc
    • £700 m International Sports’ Village
    • Ferry Road peninsular – Business Park which may employ up to 3000 people.

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