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Cardiff Council has appointed a development partner to deliver the next phase of the city's International Sports Village (ISV), which includes a new ice rink and waterfront scheme.

Helium Miracle 113 has been selected by the local authority following a tendering process, with design work to commence immediately. The project will be delivered in phases.

A new twin-pad ice arena and a 150m ski slope will be built first, and will be ready for "all or most" of the 2013-14 ice hockey season. The overall scheme will take five years.

Later phases will include a hotel; bars; restaurants; and other leisure facilities. As a result of the scheme's commercial elements, no capital funding will be provided by the council.

Cardiff Council leader Rodney Berman said: "The new twin pad rink with spectator seating, bars and cafeterias will be the new home for the Cardiff Devils.

"It will also be another cornerstone of the International Sports Village, which is key within the council's plans to further enhance Cardiff's reputation as an international capital and a major tourist destination."

Helium Miracle 113 development director Jonathan Smith added: "Our scheme is designed in close liaison with operators to deliver a step change in the quality of international sports and leisure provision."

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Cardiff Council has appointed a development partner to deliver the next phase of the city's International Sports Village (ISV), which includes a new ice rink and waterfront scheme.
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