Cardiff's Castle Street will soon be open as an al fresco dining hub

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People will soon be able to enjoy al fresco dining on one of Cardiff's busiest streets in the centre of the city.

Work is under way on Castle Street which will be transformed into a dining hub with covered seating.

Since Monday, July 13, bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants have been able to re-open outdoors following a consistent decline in coronavirus cases across Wales.

Cardiff council previously revealed plans for outdoor seating areas to help businesses which still need to follow social distancing rules.

Now they have revealed when they hope to have the area outside Castle Street ready and how long it will be up.

Cardiff's Castle Street will soon be open as an al fresco dining hub 广东11选5  第1张An artists impression of how Castle Street will look (Image: Cardiff Council)

A Cardiff Council spokesman said: “If all the materials are delivered by our suppliers on time, the outdoor seating area will be built and complete by July 29 and will initially be in place for two months.

"Further details on how this new outdoor space will be run and managed will be released to the public closer to the opening date.

“In the coming months the council will be reviewing all of the options available for this outdoor space in line with Cardiff’s Recovery Strategy. We will need to continue to have a flexible and responsive approach to the area as we do everything we can to support businesses, whilst following social distancing requirements that are defined by the Welsh Government.”

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The council said visitors will be able to order food and drinks for delivery from a selection of restaurants and cafes in the city centre via an app.

The council added that it was planning more on-street "spill-out spaces" for hospitality businesses and setting up zones across the city to entertain people outdoors in socially-distanced settings.

Cardiff's Castle Street will soon be open as an al fresco dining hub 广东11选5  第4张The cycleway will remain (Image: Richard Swingler)

Businesses would be allowed to use the proposed spill out spaces free of charge. The other spaces proposed include the northern end of Churchill Way, the Hayes, and Mill Lane.

The proposals to help businesses are the second part of a larger plan, which has already seen a number of changes to the city centre. A one-way system is in place across large parts of the centre and manned welcome points have been set-up.

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