A survey which invites members of the public to respond to the Cardiff International Sports Village (ISV) Masterplan, is now open.
The 6-week consultation seeks views on Cardiff Council’s plans todevelop the International Sports Village starting with the proposed delivery of a central cycling hub of modern, fit-for-purpose, complimentary sports facilities, including a velodrome, an off-road bike track and closed road circuit.
Residents and visitors are invited to answer a short surveywhich includes questions on:
· The relocation of Maindy Cycle Track
· additional facilities you would like to see in the International Sports Village
· facilities you would like to see at the velodrome
· which of the proposed new facilities of the new Sports Village you are likely to use
· how you travel to the Sports Village and would travel to the proposed new facilities
Cabinet Member for Culture and Leisure, Cllr Peter Bradbury, said:”Our plans to develop the International Sports Village forman integral part of the Council’s commitment to delivering a world class sporting facility and a sustainable, accessible and inclusive leisure destination for everyone to enjoy.
“This survey is very important in helping us shape the specifications for the Sports Village, starting with the development of a new velodrome, an off-road bike track and closed road circuit.
“Key cycling organisations including National Governing Bodies, Cycling Clubs and local sports clubs and groups have been involved in developing plans andI wouldurge as many of you as possible to respond to make sure we have your feedback on the proposals.
“All views received before the deadline will be carefully considered and used to inform the Council’s decisions on the way forward.”
The deadline for all responses is midnight Sunday 30 January 2022.