With building work now complete, many residents have already started moving into a new apartment complex in Swansea city centre.
Construction of Swansea’s new £135m Copr Bay destination has led to a major boost for local workers and businesses.
HRH The Countess of Wessex has been helping celebrate Swansea as a Queen’s Green Canopy “Champion City” during a Royal Visit to the city on Wednesday 9th March.
The family of a Swansea sprinter who now has a way named in his honour have visited the city to celebrate the milestone.
Swansea’s new £135 million Copr Bay destination has been officially opened.
Universally-adored funnyman Rob Brydon has praised the new Swansea Arena as a “huge cultural boost for the city” in an interview with The Daily Telegraph.
Three new local businesses have been announced for Swansea’s emerging £135m Copr Bay phase one district.
Giant LED lighting columns equipped with technology to change colour will soon be pointing the way to Swansea Arena for thousands of residents and visitors to the city.
A stunning new video shows how the former St David’s Shopping Centre site in Swansea will look once a temporary improvement scheme there is finished.
From engineering and decorating to flooring and landscaping, new figures show businesses in the Swansea Bay City Region have benefited from over £34.6 million worth of work thanks to the construction of Copr Bay phase one.