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Small Business Saturday

Small businesses play a big role in the Swansea Bay City Deal

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£30 million boost for developing skills in South West Wales

A £30 million Swansea Bay City Deal Skills and Talent programme for South West Wales has been approved by the UK Government and Welsh Government

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Energy Positive Bay Technology Centre on track for completion by end of 2021

Neath Port Talbot Council’s Bay Technology Centre, sited on one of Wales’s premier business parks in the heart of South Wales, is on schedule to be completed in December of this year.

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Carmarthenshire County Council appoints contractor to start delivering Llanelli’s Pentre Awel scheme

Council has appointed Bouygues UK to design and build Zone One of its prestigious Pentre Awel development.

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DCW Insights win start-up business award sponsored by the Swansea Bay City Deal

Swansea based company DCW Insights has been recognised as the Swansea Bay Start-Up Business of the Year

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Growing our green economy through Supporting Innovation and Low Carbon Growth

The UK and Welsh Government have approved the £58.7 million Swansea Bay City Deal’s Supporting Innovation and Low Carbon Growth programme.

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Green light for multi-million pound Homes as Power Stations project

UK and Welsh Government Approval for Swansea Bay City Deal's Homes as Power Stations project

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SBCD Portfolio Annual Report

SBCD Portfolio Annual Report 2020/2021

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Audit of Accounts

Swansea Bay City Region 2020/21

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Government approval for £55 million regional digital programme

Government approval means the Digital Infrastructure programme can now start drawing down on a City Deal contribution of £25 million in coming years.

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UK and Welsh Government approval for Pentre Awel project

A multi-million pound Llanelli project featuring world class business, research, education, health and leisure facilities has been approved by the UK Government and Welsh Government.

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