How and when are stakeholders and local communities going to be engaged?
A Community Newsletter highlighting the improvements to the Roath Park Dam structure will be issued on 24th September 2021 to stakeholders and the core consultation zone.
There will be a series of community information events about the project
How will the community and stakeholders be given feedback and kept informed of the project’s progress?
Feedback on the project is welcomed via firstname.lastname@example.org or Freepost GRASSHOPPER CONSULT . Regular updates on the project, any changes to access due to the ground investigations, and further works will be issued on Cardiff Council’s social media channels and the Outdoor Cardiff website, as well as issuing newsletter updates to those who live close to the site.
Who is being consulted about the project?
We have undertaken an extensive stakeholder mapping exercise identifying key stakeholders in the community who should be engaged.
A core consultation zone has been defined with includes 4831 households and 59 businesses in streets around Roath Park and the recreation ground.
Grasshopper Communications is leading regional and local stakeholder engagement including the following sectors: heritage, recreation and outdoors, faith, public services, utilities and infrastructure, environment and sustainability, tourism and economic development, further education and university, transport, local busineses, community facilities, schools, community groups and equalities.
Cardiff Council is leading on political stakeholder engagement including member of Parliament, Senedd Members and ward councillors.
Press releases, social media campaign and posters in the park will be used to inform the wider community of Cardiff and beyond.
How will the community and stakeholders’ views be considered?
We welcome feedback on the project and will seek to address issues that arise.