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The Danescourt Community Association  was formed over 20 years go with the specific aim of protecting the interests of the residents of Danescourt.

We wanted to defend and further the amenities and services available in Danescourt.  Over the years we have successfully lobbied and spoken on behalf of the residents.

Throughout the year the DCA has been involved in a number of issues and we will continue through 2017. If you would like to play a part in our community, please come and join us at the meetings on third Monday of every month at St John's Hall at 8pm. You do not have to join the committee, but if you feel you could offer your time then this would be welcomed.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 March 2017 20:18
 
Cardiff Council Guilty of Maladministration? Part 2 PDF Print E-mail

In January DCA wrote to both Cardiff Council and the Welsh Government regarding Danescourt Community Association's belief that Cardiff Council could be guilty of maladministation due to it's handling of the Local Development Plan and the proposals to build some 10,000 new dwellings in North West Cardiff on 3 large sites.  You can read copies of the letters here 

We have received responses from the Council and the Welsh Government.  You can read their responses here and here.  The North West Cardiff Group, which represents the interests of the residents of Creigiau, Pentyrch, Gwaelod y Garth, Morganstown, Radyr, St. Fagans, Danescourt and Llandaff, has subsequently written to the Public Services Ombudsman concerning the matter.  You can read their letter here.

 
Public Meeting - Housing Developments PDF Print E-mail

Local AM Neil McEvoy is holding a public meeting at Rady Comp to discuss housing developments in the area. follow this link for details

 
Cardiff Council App PDF Print E-mail

Cardiff Council has launched the Cardiff Gov App. It allows you to report fly-tipping as well as checking on your own (and others’) waste collections (for weeks ahead) and check your Council Tax account.

Visit this page on the council website to find out more.

 
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