Investing in South Wales
St. Modwen is the UK’s leading regeneration specialist with extensive experience in dealing with complex and challenging sites. It has a UK-wide land bank of over 5,900 net developable acres and is the largest private owner of brownfield land in South Wales.
With over 25 years of regeneration experience, St. Modwen is currently progressing four long term projects across South Wales to transform the region for future generations to enjoy.
St. Modwen’s £2.2bn linked development is the most significant regeneration activity currently underway in the Swansea Bay City Region. It comprises of three key developments: the first phase of the £450m Bay Campus for Swansea University, a £1bn plus sustainable new community at Coed Darcy and a £500m new employment site at Baglan Bay. While Glan Llyn is a £1bn St. Modwen project to transform the 600 acre former Llanwern Steelworks site in Newport into a major new community over the next 20 years. Collectively, these projects will provide around 6 m sq ft of employment space, 30,000 jobs and more than 8,000 homes and supporting community facilities over the next 20-30 years.
St. Modwen is a new partner of Swansea Bay Futures and is looking forward to using its membership to further enhance and support development across the Swansea Bay City Region.