January 2022 press releases
Foundations are now being laid for a landmark new net-zero office development that will provide space for 600 jobs at the former Oceana nightclub site in Swansea city centre.
An emergency grant scheme is now available for Swansea businesses in the leisure, tourism, hospitality and retail sectors that do not pay business rates.
More than £13.6m has already been committed to fund over 50 projects as part of a Swansea Council scheme to help businesses and communities recover from the impact of the pandemic.
Swansea is set to have its first installation of environmentally friendly bus shelters along main public transport routes in the city.
Swansea's multi-million pound transformation into one of the UK's best cities to live, work, study and visit is set to make even more progress this New Year and beyond, thanks to a series of major projects.
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.
Swansea retail, hospitality, leisure and tourism businesses, charities and not-for-profit organisations impacted by the current Coronavirus restrictions in Wales can now apply online for emergency financial support.
A severe shortage of staff across all sectors may lead to some temporary changes to the way services are delivered across our region.
Plans to continue to grow the number of Welsh speakers in Swansea and increase their opportunities to use the language are going before the council's cabinet next week.
A teacher who has also become a foster carer says it is one of the most rewarding things he has done and is urging others to think about committing to help make a difference to the lives of young people.
Neighbours in Swansea are being asked to continue to look out for one another to ensure everyone is supported while cases of coronavirus remain high in the city.