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March 2023 press releases

Morriston blast Community Support Point opens at local library

Residents in Morriston affected by the gas explosion last week will be able to access a range of support and services at a new community support point being set up at the local library.

New council homes ready to welcome tenants

A state of the art housing development in a Swansea community is preparing to welcome new residents.

New pre-start and website development grants for businesses

New funding is now available for budding businesspeople in Swansea.

Over 120 exhibitors confirmed for Swansea Conference 2023

Over 120 exhibitors have now been confirmed for a major forthcoming event aimed at celebrating all that's great about Swansea.

Wales' largest social housing group signs Human Rights City pledge

Wales' largest social housing provider has become the latest key organisation to sign-up to the Human Rights City pledge.

Replacement Local Development Plan update

The Local Development Plan is the blueprint setting out the planning proposals and development schemes that will help shape the city's future over the next decade.

New work scheme helps citizens take big step to work

A new Swansea Council scheme is offering fresh hope to individuals looking to secure work.

Church hall opens its doors as a Swansea Space

A church hall that has opened its doors under the Swansea Spaces initiative this winter has become a popular venue for community members on a Thursday.

Application deadline extended for Shared Prosperity Fund bids

More time is being made available for organisations in Swansea to apply for funding worth up to £16.2 million.

The countdown to the introduction of the Welsh Government's 20mph limit across the country has started

The Welsh Government law is set to come into force on September 17 and it will mean streets and roads across the country, including Swansea, see existing 30mph limits reduced to 20mph in most cases.

Social Work Week shines light on varied and rewarding careers

People are being urged to consider careers in social work as Swansea Council shines a light on the extraordinary work its teams do supporting people of all ages across the city.

New clean-up teams are making a difference in Swansea

Communities in Swansea are seeing improvements in their streets and local parks following the launch of a new clean-up scheme in the city.
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