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Council won’t pay for bus station

FUNDING

11 May 2018
 

The Welsh Government paid £15m for the site of Cardiff’s future bus station, rather than using Section 106 contributions from developers of property nearby.

The previous bus station in Central Square closed in 2015 for a new BBC building to be erected there. A replacement bus station was due to open in 2017 but is delayed until mid-2021 (LTT 13 Apr). 

The Government has paid Cardiff Council £15m for the site, including the rights to the original design, transport analysis...

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