On Saturday meet at 10am at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff for a walk to the Cardiff International Sports Village (eight miles, leisurely).
What does CISV stand for?
CISV stands for Cardiff International Sports Village (UK)
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- Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
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He added: "I would expect that by this time next year we would have a developer onboard with plans to get a snow facility developed within Cardiff International Sports Village.
The regional managing director of Cowlin Cardiff, David Harris, said, "With Cardiff currently undergoing a number of high-profile regeneration projects through developments such as the St David's 2 shopping centre and Cardiff International Sports Village, we are delighted to have the opportunity to contribute our piece to the jigsaw that will ultimately cement Cardiff as a truly modern, European capital city.
Mr Berman listed the opening of the Cardiff International White Water centre and the Pont-y-Werin pedestrian and cycle bridge between Cardiff International Sports Village and Penarth Marina as key achievements.
Add all this to the fabulous location - adjacent to the proposed Cardiff International Sports Village - and it's little wonder Victoria Wharf is proving so popular with young professionals.
I would expect that by this time next year we would have a developer on board with plans to get a snow facility developed within Cardiff International Sports Village.
Add to this the pounds 700m Cardiff International Sports Village and the pounds 675m St Davids 2 development and the investment required for a convention centre with a capacity for approximately 2,500 delegates is, by comparison, a drop in the ocean.