Tim Joannides and his sister Sophia have only just opened the doors of their new business venture, but they are already thinking of new premises.
News Posts from : February2017
Plans have been approved to develop a 13-storey office building into accommodation for more than 500 students on Swansea’s High Street.
Rev up the AC Cobra and head for the Valleys because there’s going to be a 20th anniversary screening of Twin Town in Merthyr.
Bus journeys through Swansea city centre could be quicker if grand plans for the regeneration of The Kingsway go ahead, bus company First Cymru said.
Swansea’s cultural and ethnic diversity will be celebrated with a day of dance, choirs, local bands, workshops, busking, cooking demonstrations and entertainment in the city centre.
The Swansea University Singleton Park Campus has already seen significant improvements and refurbishment of its 47 acre estate and over the next few years will realise further transformation and refurbishment.
An innovative online forum has been launched which brings together NHS staff and academics who are all working to improve health services in this region.
Rhossili Bay has once again been named the best beach in Wales and one of the best in the UK by travel website TripAdvisor.
An estimated 100 jobs look set to be created in Swansea with the opening of a new £1.2 million residential facility at Dan-Y-Coed House.
The redevelopment of the front of Gower College Swansea’s Tycoch campus is set to begin, with the old façade to be replaced with new and improved facilities that will benefit all students and staff.