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January 2019 press releases

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Further council homes set to be developed in Swansea

Plans to develop even more social housing in Swansea have taken a step forward with the submission of plans for two new sites in the city.

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Event to help people seeking new employment

An event aimed at helping people to find new employment is taking place in Swansea next week.


Cinderella spreads joy across Swansea

Around 40,000 people saw the latest Swansea Grand Theatre pantomime.


EU residents can find out what Brexit means for them

AN event is taking place later this month to explain to EU residents living in Swansea what Brexit means for them.


Banners set to brighten up city gateway

A key gateway to Swansea is to be brightened up with an eye catching new initiative.


New contracts to reduce home to school transport costs

New contracts between Swansea Council and local transport providers are set to be agreed so that thousands of schoolchildren can continue to get to and from school while saving the council almost £70,000 a year.


Help keep families together in Swansea

Can you help teach vulnerable parents the skills to care for their children, keeping them out of care and helping Swansea families stay together?


Disused trade site may make way for new homes

Homes could be built on the site of a former Swansea business park.


Work to start on new education centre

Work on a brand new centre that will help transform education for some of Swansea's most vulnerable young people will start this month.

Kingsway proposed layout (Potter's Wheel roundabout view).

Kingsway transformation back underway

Swansea Council's £12m programme to transform a key city centre area is due to get back underway on Monday, January 7.


Strong progress made on key education priorities

Strong progress has been made in meeting the five key priorities set for education in Swansea, a report going to the council's cabinet states.

Cycling in Swansea

More cycling routes being developed in Swansea

Measures to help people be more active following the Christmas and New Year celebrations are ongoing in Swansea.

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