The Tide Turns At Cardiff's Port...And Opponents Can't Hold It BackHeidi Dawley
Robert Gatheridge remembers when the area around Cardiff Bay was nothing but derelict buildings and wasteland. "It used to be an area people feared to tread," says the longtime resident of the Welsh capital. But now there are cranes and bulldozers everywhere. New roads and shiny buildings sit alongside sites leveled and ready to be built on. The change, says Gatheridge, 42, "has put us on the map."
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