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Wales Swansea – All steam ahead


"Swansea, a city on the verge of major changes". This is certainly the feeling you get driving through the city centre today; reports Jason Thorne BSC (HONS) MRICS Director - Agency Lambert Smith Hampton.


Cranage in the skyline completing the new influx of student residential development. New residential development along Fabian Way and the New Cut Road bypass.


The ground works commencing on Swansea's Indoor Arena on


Oystermouth Road.Its been many years since the area has witnessed this level of new development. On the back of this Swansea Council has launched its £1bn project to transform areas such as the Civic Centre, Swansea Central North and undeveloped parts of SA1.


The new positive developments are not confined to the city centre. The whole Swansea Bay area appears to have adopted this positive attitude to redevelop. New private sector A3 developments continue at Morfa Retail Park, an A3 and industrial development proposed at Kingsbridge and at Parc Trostre , Llanelli. Carmarthenshire Council have unveiled plans for the transformation of Upper Stepney Street / Park Street , to create the continuous link between the town centre and Eastgate.


For Sale Aberclwyd Farm, Resolven


Residential Property, Recycling Centre on 46.43 acres


For Sale Ty Davies , Swansea


Fully let office investment Producing £77,500 pax


To Let Unit 2


Mannesman Close, Swansea Prime roadside trade counter 6,047 sq ft


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Swansea Bay is certainly looking more like an area that can attract private investment.


We have already witnessed this by increase in returns being achieved on the sale of commercial investments in the area. Increased interest is being generated on all types of assets, from all parts of the country, showing faith in the local economy.


It is important that we build on the success and the foundations created by the Local Authority and Welsh Government investment. The private sector needs to continue to work closely with the public sector to deliver regeneration in all areas.


Every single scheme creates jobs for the local economy, via the construction process and the businesses who occupy the buildings.


There are a number of actions that could be taken to speed up development. Despite having a lot of vacant land, many sites are affected by flooding or ground condition issues, left over from our industrial heritage.


Delivering ready serviceable plots with infrastructure is far more attractive to end users. This has been proved with the investment by DPD on a 60,000 sq ft distribution facility in Parc Felindre.


2020 will see major sets forward and an ever changing skyline, providing the badly need modern accommodation.


For Sale / To Let 18 Princess Way, Swansea


Prime redevelopment opportunity Or A3 Use on ground floor


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