Swansea Central North
Swansea Council is currently leading the first phase of this mixed-use project, which includes the potential for a public sector hub, as well as other commercial tenants. The Council is currently progressing the development itself, but there may be the possibility of incorporating the delivery of this phase within the partnership depending on timescales.
Hafod Copperworks Site
This site is extremely important in terms of Swansea’s industrial heritage and presents an opportunity to create a major leisure destination, building on two existing projects, which both have identified operators.
Civic Centre Site
This significant site lies on Swansea’s seafront south west of the city centre with expansive views over Swansea Bay. The intention is for the Council’s offices to be relocated to the public sector hub within the Swansea Central North development, and for this site to be redeveloped as an exemplary residential-led mixed use development.
Oxford Street Site
The site lies within the core city centre and is envisaged to become an employment-led mixed-use development.
This waterfront site benefits from being adjacent to the Maritime Quarter Conservation Area and having pedestrian access crossing the site to connect to SA1 via the landmark Sail Bridge. The site would lend itself well to a mix of uses including high-quality residential development.
St Thomas Site
The Council’s objective is to create a residential-led development within a high-quality environment, connecting the existing community of St Thomas to Swansea City Centre. The development will provide a key link between St Thomas and the city centre allowing a much greater level of integration than currently exists.
Site 9 – The Marina
The site lies within the Maritime Quarter and is anticipated to become a high-quality residential development, with complementary commercial uses.