Unison Offices

Cowbridge Road East
Cardiff

Unison Offices

Eco-Agriculture/Permaculture

Overview

No votes yet

Large grassed area outside the Unison offices with some mature trees; would be really good for some fruit bushes for the public to help themselves and to provide a healthy activity for staff in the surrounding buildings.

Location:

Javascript is required to view this map.

Comments (2)

Like both Malcolm's and Helen’s suggestions. I think to get the ball rolling on this one we should start at ground level and if that proves successful Malcolm’s idea of growing on roof tops there sound great. I don’t see the ideas as mutually exclusive at all - quite the opposite. The ground level stuff could work to coalesce a group and attract others in because it’s so visible. Pollination area for bees and other insects would be good and look great.
by Michele, Edible Landscaping

-

Is the Unison building what used to be Transport House on the corner of Cowbridge Road and Cathedral Road? This has been suggested before (I can't quite remember how) and my memory is that the guys there were really open to the idea and keen to talk. This could be a brilliant project. Where do we go from here??
Jenny

-

Connections

Compare related sites, explore the related maps, find out about volunteering, how to get here and more. Soon, you will find ways to share this map here, too.

Getting Here

Every site using the same primary Icon on Open Green Map is automatically linked here. You can compare different approaches and solutions on this map and others around the world.
Related Sites Worldwide
Choose a connections category from the list on the left.

Multimedia

Registered users can post photos, videos, and documents here.

Impacts

No impacts have been left for this site yet - be the first!

Like both Malcolm's and Helen’s suggestions. I think to get the ball rolling on this one we should start at ground level and if that proves successful Malcolm’s idea of growing on roof tops there sound great. I don’t see the ideas as mutually exclusive at all - quite the opposite. The ground level stuff could work to coalesce a group and attract others in because it’s so visible. Pollination area for bees and other insects would be good and look great.
by Michele, Edible Landscaping

-

Is the Unison building what used to be Transport House on the corner of Cowbridge Road and Cathedral Road? This has been suggested before (I can't quite remember how) and my memory is that the guys there were really open to the idea and keen to talk. This could be a brilliant project. Where do we go from here??
Jenny

-
Donate to GreenMaps