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Cardiff County Council
Cardiff Council is planning to set up a new £4m local history museum at the old library building in Cardiff city centre.
Cardiff County Council has approved plans from Macob Exchange for the £20m restoration of the Coal Exchange in Cardiff Bay, including the creation of 116 apartments, offices, restaurants, bars and shops.
Cardiff Council is to consider plans from Trinity Mirror for the development of a new 50,000 sq ft headquarters at the existing Thomson House site in the city centre by late 2007.
Cardiff Council and South Wales Police are to set up a 9,000 sq ft call centre at Cardiff Gate Business Park to handle non-emergency calls, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Cardiff County Council is to consider plans from Macob Exchange for the £20m transformation of the historic Coal Exchange building, including 200,000 sq ft of offices, shops, apartments, bars and restaurants.
Cardiff County Council has awarded a £3m contract to Opco Construction to refurbish Cardiff Castle.
Cardiff County Council is to consider plans from a local businessman to build a private accident and emergency department, as part of a £5m 100-bed "patient hotel" development in the north of the city.
Cardiff County Council is to consider plans from Macdonald Hotels and property developer Rightacres for the development of a £20m four-star hotel at Newport Road in Cardiff.
Cardiff County Council and construction company JR Smart have announced plans for the development of a £100m business park at a 74-acre site in Wentloog, including up to 1m sq ft of office and industrial space.
Cardiff County Council has approved outline plans for the development of a £400m sport, retail and tourist complex on Ferry Road, including swimming pool, snow dome, health suite, climbing walls and an indoor arena.
Cardiff County Council is in discussions with the University of Wales College of Medicine about the possibility of setting up a £20m interactive medicine museum on the Cardiff Royal Infirmary site.
Cardiff County Council has agreed to buy a 4.7-acre site in Cardiff Bay for the development of the proposed £85m Wales Millennium Centre, which will house the Welsh National Opera.
Cardiff County Council has approved plans from Grosvenor Waterside for the construction of a 150-bedroom hotel at Queensgate South in Cardiff Bay, and discussions are underway with an international hotel chain.
Cardiff County Council has approved plans from Laguna to develop a £20m hotel with leisure and conference facilities in the city centre.