These are the projects Cardiff council wants to spend money on this year.

With the new decade upon us, the authority have looked ahead and have revealed what projects are coming up.

The capital investment programme spans from 2020/21 to 2024/25 and includes dozens of separate plans.

Some are well-known, such as the City Deal or the plans for the Red Dragon Centre in Cardiff Bay.

But while others are less known, they'll have a big impact across the city.

These figures are from a council report to the economy and culture scrutiny committee, as a new budget has been proposed by the authority.

The proposed budget says more than £10m in savings have to be made.

Here are the projects Cardiff council plans to spend money on this year:

Millennium Walkway

The Milennium Walkway

The council said they plan to replace the timber surface of the walkway, which links Wood Street to Cowbridge Road East.

Cost in 2020/21 : £325,000

Overall cost : £2.2m

Another bus station 

Although the main bus station at Cardiff Central Square still hasn't been finished, the programme includes plans for another in the west of the city.

The council want to set aside the money aside for a "public transport interchange" as part of the redevelopment of the former household waste recycling centre on Waungron Road. 

Cost in 2020/21 : £250,000

Overall cost: £1.4m

A new recycling centre

The plans show the council want to "explore" options for a new recycling centre in the north of the city.

It says it would be "in partnership with the third sector".

Cost in 2020/21 : £200,000

Overall cost : £3.3m

Expand Chapter Arts Centre

The ever-popular Chapter Arts Centre in Canton

The council said they want to expand the popular bar, restaurant and cinema in Canton.

It would see an extension to the rear of the building, to be paid for with money from the disposal of Medicentre in 2014.

Cost in 2020/21 : £280,000

Overall Cost: £1.28m

Spruce up Cardiff Market

This would see improvements to the appearance of the building, tackle some known structural issues and "enhance its commercial attractiveness".

The council said this is subject to a successful lottery fund grant.

Cost in 2020/21 : £20,000

Overall cost : £698,000

A dam in Roath Park

Roath Park Lake’s lighthouse and boathouse

This project comes after an inspection by Natural Resources Wales. The outlined cost is subject to further appraisals looking at how it would impact the Grade I Listed park.

Cost in 2020/21 : £150,000

Overall cost : £2.9m

Finishing off Central Square

The report states the money has been set aside to complete the "public realm".

Cost in 2020 /overall cost: £342,000

LED street lighting

The council plan to set aside money to roll out LED lighting in "residential areas" to help reduce costs and carbon emmisions.

Cost in 2020/21: £3m

Overall cost: £6.5m

A new cemetery

The plans show money will be spent on a new cemetery in the north of the city.

In 2018 the council revealed plans for a new burial site on space on a nine acre site north of the M4 on the A469 as the city could run out of space to bury the dead after June 2020.

It would be less than 650 metres from Thornhill Cemetery - the biggest in the city which is running out of space.

Cost in 2020/overall cost: £2.5m