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  Cadw - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cadw is a semi-autonomous publicly-funded body with the mission to protect, conserve, and to promote the built heritage of Wales — the Welsh equivalent of English Heritage and Historic Scotland.
This does not mean that Cadw owns them, but it is responsible for their upkeep and for making them accessible to the public.
Cadw is also responsible for "listing" and ensuring the preservation of historic buildings and archaeological sites.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CADW   (186 words)

 House of Commons - Culture, Media and Sport - Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence
Cadw acts on behalf of the Secretary of State for Wales in carrying out his statutory responsibilities for the conservation, presentation and promotion of the built heritage of Wales.
Cadw is anxious to co-operate with HLF to ensure funding for as many Welsh projects as possible; HLF resources are becoming an increasingly important element of funding for the built heritage of Wales and can often help buildings and projects not eligible for Cadw grant.
Cadw has agreed with the HLF areas of the checklist on which it would be appropriate for Cadw to comment.
www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk /pa/cm199899/cmselect/cmcumeds/195/195ap08.htm   (573 words)

 AM Demands Action to Save Historic Castle
According to a new report to councillors, Cadw has agreed to meet the full cost of a survey and experts are considering setting up a Trust with access to grants.
One of the problems is that Cadw invariably requires some form of public access to properties receiving grants - and the medieval sections of Ruthin Castle are normally closed to the public.
Cadw have responsibilities to protect such structures as Gwrych Castle in Abergele and Ruthin Castle.
www.btinternet.com /~bevbaker/gwrychcastlepublications/dailypost4703.html   (465 words)

 Grant Aid 2001-2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cadw funding for heritage management and archaeological planning services continued to be supplemented by financial contributions from all the regional Unitary Authorities.
On behalf of Cadw, the Curatorial Division, as a recognised consultee, commented on the regional applications for scheduled monument consent, which is required from the National Assembly by those seeking to carry out work to a scheduled ancient monument.
The Cadw coastal display was exhibited at the Kenfig Nature Reserve, where it is hoped to promote a greater awareness of archaeological interests as well as in the natural environment.
www.ggat.org.uk /Cadw/Cadwupdates/CadwArchives/2001-2002/grantaid2.htm   (3687 words)

 New Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
CADW pointed out that the responsibility for notifying owners, and occupiers of historic buildings that their property had become listed as a building of specialised architectural and historic interest, lay with the local planning authority rather than CADW.
CADW assured members that this was not a blanket policy but the re-introduction of a practice which had led, in a number of cases, to a substantial reduction in the ingress of rainwater and the protection of stonework which would otherwise deteriorate more rapidly.
It was hoped that CADW would support the request made to the Chancellor to see the eventually agreed rate, applied retrospectively from the date of the Autumn Statement, in order that an anticipated delay in securing a decision from Brussels did not cause a cessation of relevant building works.
www.nationalassembly.freeserve.co.uk /Laws.htm   (4499 words)

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Cadw can offer general informal advice on grants and planning controls but, if you plan work to an historic building, the advice of your own architect or surveyor in such work will be invaluable.
Cadw places particular importance on the need to preserve outstanding buildings which may currently be in danger of disrepair or dereliction, and is always willing to give priority to buildings at risk which require urgent works.
Cadw's target is to give 80 per cent of applicants a decision on grant within eighteen weeks of receipt of a fully completed application form.
www.cadw.wales.gov.uk /upload/resourcepool/HB&CAgrants-e3773.html   (3753 words)

 CBA Wales Newsletter 23
The loss of Cadw would be a serious blow, highly damaging to the effectiveness and reputation of the National Assembly of Wales.
The main aim of the project is to explore opportunities for public participation in their local cultural landscapes in poorer areas of Europe (Wales qualifies because of its Objective One status), and to share experiences and approaches to the subject across the European Union.
Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments commented on the warehouse plan but it too seems to have failed to back up its initial opposition to the development.
pages.britishlibrary.net /cba.wales/Newsletters/newsletter23/newsletter23.html   (5062 words)

CADW, Welsh Historic Monuments, is the organization that has the responsibility for protecting, conserving and presenting ancient monuments and historic buildings in Wales.
Cadw also prints a series of short, summary guides, Cadw Pamphlet Guides, that contain a brief history and tour of the site for tourists who want the highlights.
Cadw also produces a map and gazetteer of the Cadw Historic Monuments, which is a great help when traveling.
www.travellady.com /articles/article-cadw.html   (624 words)

 House of Commons Hansard Debates for 13 Dec 1991
Cadw was launched as an agency on 1 April 1991 at a cost of £321 borne by the new agency.
Indicators of Cadw's performance and targets for the agency's first year were announced in March 1991.
Cadw's chief executive's first degree is in English, archaeology and anthropology.
www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk /pa/cm199192/cmhansrd/1991-12-13/Writtens-2.html   (2692 words)

 IHBC Annual School, Cardiff 'Conservation - making it happen'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cadw therefore was roughly equivalent in size to one of the latter's new regions.
Cadw is required to deliver a portfolio of statutory duties and as part of government is precluded from operating as a lobby for conservation views.
Cadw and the HBCW will continue to support buildings at risk but, with the emphasis on Wales and Welshness, it may be that chapels and workers' cottages as well as fur~ ther pragmatic approaches to owner's maintenance needs will have a high priority.
www.ihbc.org.uk /context_archive/64/cardiff/school.html   (7931 words)

 Cadw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cenhadaeth Cadw yw diogelu, cadw, a hyrwyddo gwerthfawrogiad o etifeddiaeth adeiladol Cymru.
Cadw yw'r asiantaeth amgylchedd hanesyddol o fewn Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru sy'n gyfrifol am ddiogelu, cadw a hyrwyddo gwerthfawrogiad o'r amgylchedd hanesyddol yng Nghymru.
Mae Cadw, a sefydlwyd ym 1984, yn ymgymryd â'r amrywiaeth llawn o gyfrifoldebau dros ddiogelu, cyflwyno a hyrwyddo etifeddiaeth adeiladol Cymru ar ran y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol.
www.cadw.cymru.gov.uk /default.asp?id=3&print=1   (241 words)

 Recommended UK Website: CADW: Welsh Historic Monuments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cadw's mission is to protect, conserve, and to promote an appreciation of the built heritage of Wales.
Cadw is the historic environment agency within the Welsh Assembly Government with responsibility for protecting, conserving, and promoting an appreciation of the historic environment of Wales.
Cadw defines built heritage as the physical remains of people's activities within the Welsh landscape.
www.archinet.co.uk /cadw-welsh-historic-monuments.asp   (368 words)

 Cadw and Castle Conservation
As one might expect with such a concentration in one area, castles form a significant portion of the medieval monuments in state care and managed by Cadw, and much of Cadw's ancient monuments grant-aid budget is dedicated to castle conservation.
However, this did provide an opportunity for Cadw, and like-minded organisations, to encourage local authorities to place the care of their monuments higher on their agendas and, through scheduled monument consent procedures, ensure that the work was done to an acceptable standard.
Cadw will work with private owners, local authorities, national parks, the Countryside Council for Wales and the various funding agencies, such as HLF, to bring all available resources to bear on this problem.
www.castlewales.com /cadw_rsk.html   (1242 words)

 cadw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
CADW is the Welsh agency looking after historic monuments.
Cadw is a verb in the Welsh language meaning "to keep".
As an arm of government, CADW functions in a way similar to its counterparts in other parts of the UK:
www.yourencyclopedia.net /cadw.html   (177 words)

 The Disability Rights Commission - Policy & Campaigns article
Cadw, and the organisations that they advise, must be fully aware of the duties that exist as service providers and employers under the DDA (as outlined above).
However, this is not at odds with achieving the highest standards of accessibility, and the Commission believes that Cadw has a vital role in communicating this to the owners of historic buildings, to service providers located in them and to local authorities.
Cadw's role is pivotal in changing the perception of access in historic buildings to one of positively striving for the greatest degree of accessibility.
www.drc-gb.org /wales/publicationsandreports/campaigndetails.asp?id=380§ion=2&category=8   (1616 words)

 BBC News | Wales | Cadw 'stuck' with indefinite grants
Cadw, the historic monuments body for Wales, is being urged to consider if more grants for Chirk Castle, near Wrexham, can be justified.
Under a legally binding agreement Cadw is obliged to fund "in perpetuity" to the National Trust the difference between the cost of running the 14th century fortress and the income received from visitors.
Concerned at the rising costs Cadw later sought legal advice on the upkeep deal but was told it was legally binding.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/wales/492616.stm   (435 words)

 Cadw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The historic preservation agency Cadw made a formal objection to the plans.
The club asked for the application to be "held over" after council planners recommended refusal following objections from heritage body Cadw.
Cardiff planners have agreed with objections by historic monuments body Cadw, but the council said a solution could be found.
www.wikiverse.org /cadw   (223 words)

 CTW | Historic Environment Policy in Wales
The Trust is a long-standing partner of Cadw, which has provided core funded our services for over ten years, and has consistently recognised the importance of the voluntary network of civic societies in Wales.
We also take a broader look at Cadw's successes in meeting the stringent targets set for it; we believe its record of achievement is significant, and that where it has disappointed, it has often been a consequence of underfunding and consequent lack of staffing and resources.
Despite the excellent work done by Cadw, there is a much broader agenda that now deserves consideration, one that goes beyond Cadw's limited remit as it was defined in the early 1980s, and in which the roles of local government, agencies, the private and voluntary sectors, and government itself all need to be considered.
www.civictrustwales.org /h_e_policy.htm   (468 words)

 CADW   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The title of the organization is Cadw: Welsh Monuments Executive Agency.
It is a part the National Assembly for Wales and hence part of the devolved powers of the government of the principality.
CADW Guidebook: Chepstow Castle and Port Wall: Runston Church, Chepstow Bulwarks Camp (Cadw Guidebook)
www.freeglossary.com /CADW   (177 words)

 England trip reference page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
CADW: Cadw is a Welsh word which means 'to keep'.
"Cadw is the historic environment agency within the Welsh Assembly Government with responsibility for protecting, conserving, and promoting an appreciation of the historic environment of Wales." Like English Heritage, they secure, protect, and promote historic buildings and areas, as well as providing aid for the repair of historic buildings and monuments.
CADW manages 129 historic monuments spanning more than 250,000 years, from caves occupied in early prehistory, right through to industrial works of the Victorian period, and vary from a single cross to castles to entire villages.
academic.evergreen.edu /s/stelau06/links.html   (5343 words)

 Sian Lloyd and Lembit Opik - Tree For All
It was only after Coed Cadw acquired Granllyn Pool in 1998 as part of its successful Millennium Woods on your Doorstep project, that the site was properly surveyed for wildlife, and that it was realised how important it is for great crested newts.
Jonathan Gilpin of the Countryside Council for Wales, which is responsible for ensuring that Special Areas of Conservation are treated properly said: "We appreciate that it was a difficult decision to postpone this event and we are aware of the disappointment this will cause in the local community.
Like almost all Coed Cadw woods, Granllyn Pool is open for the public to visit at any time, for free.
www.treeforall.org.uk /Wales/News/granllynpool.htm   (867 words)

 CADW, Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The flag of CADW, the Welsh equivalent of English Heritage or Historic Scotland, i.e., a quango whose job is to care for historic buildings and sites which are in the ownership of the state.
'CADW' is a Welsh word ('w' is a vowel -'cad-oo').
The CADW emblem appears on their website, though it's not very big.
www.flagspot.net /flags/gb_wcadw.html   (88 words)

 Cadw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cadw welcomes over a million visitors to its sites every year.
Cadw’s Heritage in Wales members were invited to an exclusive evening at Plas Mawr, Conwy, recently...
Cadw works with partners in the public, voluntary and private sectors.
www.cadw.wales.gov.uk   (167 words)

 Welsh Historic Monuments (CADW)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As part of our work to conserve and preserve the built heritage of Wales, Cadw needs to purchase a range of works, services and goods.
Cadw has a policy of contracting only with companies that are technically competent and financially sound and who share our commitment to providing quality services to the visiting public.
We always look for value for money in our purchasing and if you wish to become a supplier to Cadw you should expect to compete for any contracts that become available.
www.supplyinggovernment.gov.uk /viewOrganisation.asp?intCategoryId=0&START=W&ID=261&PAGE=what   (209 words)

 icNorthWales - Cadw under fire for 'underhand' conduct   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
THE ancient monuments organisation Cadw was this week accused of "interfering" by listing chapel buildings without telling anyone and without any consultation.
Cllr Islwyn Morris was speaking at a meeting of Gwynedd Council's Meirionnydd Area Committee after planning manager Mark Roberts put forwarda recommendation to prosecute the person or persons responsible for stripping the interior fittings of Capel Nazareth, Penrhyndeudraeth without permission, which Mr Roberts claimed had "seriously damaged the character of this listed building".
Expressing his dissatisfaction that Cadw was pressing for a prosecution, Coun Islwyn Morrissaid: "Locally people had no idea that the chapel had been listed by Cadw.
icnorthwales.icnetwork.co.uk /news/regionalnews/content_objectid=13716270_method=full_siteid=50142_headline=-Cadw-under-fire-for--underhand--conduct-name_page.html   (548 words)

 Three Castles -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cadw are once again enthusiastically supporting the Three Castles by opening properties specially for us outside normal hours and permitting their use as controls, one of which will be at Beaumaris Castle.
Once again we hope to be joined by Cadw people during the event.
Cadw is the historic environment agency of the Welsh Assembly Government, with more than 127 sites - including prehistoric monuments, abbeys, historic houses, Roman forts and industrial sites as well as spectacular castles - in its care.
www.three-castles.co.uk /11/freestyle.asp?siteref=11&page=306   (355 words)

 Voyager - Sut i Wneud Cais Cadw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Taflen Llyfrgell TL26b: VOYAGER - Sut i Wneud Cais Cadw
Os hoffech unrhyw gymorth wrth wneud cais cadw, neu os nad yw Voyager yn caniatáu ichi wneud cais am eitem penodol, ewch i ofyn i staff wrth y Ddesg Ymholiadau am Fenthyciadau yn Llyfrgell Hugh Owen neu’r Ddesg Fenthyciadau yn unrhyw gangen o’r llyfrgell.
Cliciwch ar y rhestr-ollwng a dewis Cais Cadw.
www.inf.aber.ac.uk /publications/cymraeg/leaflets/tl26b.asp   (683 words)

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