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A 3,500 capacity state-of-the-art arena to be operated on a long-term basis by global theatre leaders, The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG).


New homes in the heart of the city.


A new hotel.


A 1.1-acre beautifully landscaped coastal park with outdoor spaces for all ages to enjoy

Bridging the gap

Reconnecting the city to our sweeping coastline via a landmark bridge


Improved public spaces


Conference facilities at the arena to complement the city’s growing office portfolio and co-working spaces


A range of independent and locally run dining concepts and shops

Dramatic video marks landmark moment for Swansea

A milestone moment in one of Wales’ most high-profile current regeneration schemes was marked by the online release of a dramatic video today.

Digital technology that gives a view of the future as part of £1 billion Swansea regeneration

Pioneering technology has been unveiled at Copr Bay allowing visitors to peer into the future.

Copr Bay logo

Vibrant future district will reflect city’s rich Welsh and industrial heritage

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.

Bird’s-eye film captures arena progress

Incredible drone footage offers spectacular bird’s-eye view of progress on the £135m Copr Bay Phase One scheme.

More trees set to be planted as part of arena project

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.

Aerial photos show Swansea indoor arena taking shape

Dramatic new images show how a 3,500-capacity arena is taking shape between Swansea’s city centre and marina.

Latest news & Updates

New video goes behind-the-scenes at Copr Bay

1 September 2021

New behind-the-scenes video footage shows even more progress for Swansea’s emerging £135m Copr Bay phase one district.

Business leader ‘excited’ by city centre’s future

31 August 2021

A Swansea city centre businessman is praising the on-going transformation of Wind Street into a more family-friendly destination.