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September 2023 press releases

Further funding to help tourism businesses improve their offer

Following the success of council funding to support the tourism sector, further funding is now available to help small tourism accommodation businesses in rural or semi-rural parts of Swansea improve their offer.

New Copr Bay contractor appointed in Swansea

A new contractor has been appointed to complete unfinished work at Swansea's Copr Bay district.

Former Swansea district housing office transformed into flats

Efforts to tackle homelessness in Swansea are continuing, following the completion of a new set of council-owned flats.

Exhibitor chance for businesses at major Swansea event

A major event is being held in Swansea next month to showcase the city's business community.

Advice and support on offer at the Collaboration Station

On Monday (Oct 2) more than 20 organisations will come together to offer advice, support, guidance and networking opportunities at the launch of a new hub in Swansea.

Join the Boundary Commission review of our communities' boundaries

The Boundary Commission for Wales is doing a review of Swansea's community boundaries and wants your view and ideas

Swansea's Replacement Local Development Plan has now commenced

Swansea Council is in the early stages of preparing its replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP).

Students to get help with recycling in Swansea

New and returning students coming to Swansea to study are being encouraged to 'get it sorted' and recycle their household waste.

Heritage tours are big hit with Swansea history hunters

A key chapter in the story of Swansea's powerful industrial heritage was a big hit with the public over the weekend.

More funding opportunities for rural projects in Swansea

A second round of funding applications is now open for projects aimed at boosting Swansea's rural communities.

City centre business opportunity for cafe operator

​​​​​​​An opportunity is being offered to launch a food and drink business at one of Swansea city centre's prime cultural locations.

Plans for purpose-built special school take big step forward

Plans for a new purpose-built school for pupils with additional learning needs and severe autism in Swansea are progressing.
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