NEWS ROUNDUP: Golfers at border course ‘can leave or enter Wales’
Calls to keep people off the streets following Lockdown have been made as figures show rough sleepers in Cardiff are down 90% from pre-pandemic times. Cardiff Council have said that numbers of people sleeping rough fell from about 80 in September 2019 to around 8. Homeless charity, Crisis have called for law changes to be made for people housed during the pandemic to continue.
Members of a golf club with holes in both England and Wales can now cross the border during rounds. Powys council had told Llanymynech Golf Club that members from England ran the risk of being fined for breaching Covid travel rules for crossing the border. But the Welsh government have now said that it is reasonable for golfers from either country "to enter or leave Wales".
And a popular Cardiff city centre restaurant has revealed plans to open a boutique hotel. The team behind Asador 44 on Quay Street want to turn currently empty floors above their restaurant into a luxury hotel. Planning permission has yet to be granted but the owners said they hope to "get going as soon as possible."
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