Two UK Government Ministers have seen first-hand the significant progress being made on the emerging £135m Copr Bay phase one district in Swansea.
New drone footage and photos show even further progress for Swansea’s emerging Copr Bay phase one district.
A temporary pop-up park featuring green spaces, play facilities and vibrant container units for local food and drink start-up businesses will be introduced in Swansea city centre.
Stunning new bridge connects the city to the sea in landmark moment for £1 billion Swansea regeneration
8th March 2021 Cymraeg Installation of a landmark new bridge, which connects Swansea city centre to its marina and beach, was completed over the weekend. A coastal city like Barcelona and Vancouver, Swansea’s internationally acclaimed coastline had been separated from the city by a major road, put in place as part of rebuilding efforts following […]
Affordable housing agreement signed as part of £1 billion Swansea regeneration 8th December 2020 Cymraeg Swansea Council has signed an agreement with Pobl Group, Wales’ largest Registered Social Landlord, to manage 33 affordable apartments as part of Phase One of the Copr Bay regeneration project. The £135 million mixed-use scheme is one of several imaginative […]
A milestone moment in one of Wales’ most high-profile current regeneration schemes was marked by the online release of a dramatic video today.
Pioneering technology has been unveiled at Copr Bay allowing visitors to peer into the future.
Generations of Swansea families who helped the area become an industrial powerhouse are to be recognised in the name of a vibrant new city centre district.
Incredible drone footage offers spectacular bird’s-eye view of progress on the £135m Copr Bay Phase One scheme.
Work is set to start this week on widening a city centre street ready for two-way traffic as part of the Swansea arena project.