Pupils, teachers, builders and representatives from Bouygues UK, the Welsh Government and Neath Port Talbot Council marked a key milestone in the building of Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Dur, a new Welsh medium secondary campus by attending a ‘topping out’ ceremony in Sandfields.
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An entrepreneur behind plans to turn Carmarthen’s historic Guildhall building into a restaurant and cafe bar has unveiled details of the £1 million project.
A project to create a new integrated transport hub in Port Talbot to encourage more sustainable travel has successfully been completed.
Swansea University is delighted to announce that the Santander bike share hire scheme will be coming to Swansea Bay.
Neath Port Talbot Council has agreed terms to purchase the 55 acre site of the former Metal Box factory in Neath to establish a new employment site with significant job creation potential.
Neath Port Talbot councillors have given the go ahead for the next stage of the ambitious redevelopment of Neath’s town centre, which will be built on the site of the now demolished old multi-storey car park.
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) and Power & Water are delighted to mark the official launch of PURO, a joint venture partnership between the two organisations, by donating its first product to Oxfam.
Hundreds of jobs have been created and some of Swansea’s key city centre buildings have been brought back to life by a joint public and private regeneration scheme.
A deal has been put in place for Carmarthen’s most iconic building to open as a restaurant and cafe bar as part of a £1 million project.
The opening of one of the most eye-catching tourist attractions in the UK that would include a cable car ride, toboggan rides, zip wire rides and a restaurant and event venue on Kilvey Hill in Swansea has taken a major step forward.