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Climate action - buildings

The council has developed a 'Swansea Standard' to guide the building of new council homes in line with energy efficiency and carbon reduction best practice.

Energy efficient council housing

All new council homes are being built with energy efficiency as one of the main priorities.

Millions being invested in affordable city centre living

Wales' largest housing association is investing millions of pounds in affordable city centre living as part of ambitious plans for the future of Swansea.

Council members and officers helping cut Swansea's carbon emissions

Swansea Council is taking more action than ever to help curb climate change.

'We can be proud of our city centre that's emerging' - Swansea business leaders

Swansea city centre's major on-going regeneration augurs well for a bright future, according to business leaders.

New trees planted at coastal park as city centre gets even greener

New trees are now being planted at Swansea city centre's first new park since Victorian times.

Multi-million pound life science project set for approval

Major plans for a new £132m life science, well-being and sports campuses project in Swansea that's expected create over 1,000 jobs are gathering pace.

New video shows Wind Street's future

A stunning new fly-through shows how Swansea's new-look, family-friendly Wind Street will look once its £3m upgrade is finished.

Wales business leaders back £1.7bn Blue Eden project

Business leaders in Wales are giving their backing to the £1.7bn Blue Eden project that's been announced for Swansea.

Work to start this month on major new Swansea office development

Construction work will start later this month on a major new office development at the former Oceana nightclub site in Swansea.

EV charging points for eco-friendly Copr Bay

Electric vehicle charging points are soon being installed in Swansea's emerging new £135m Copr Bay phase one district as a drive to make the scheme as eco-friendly as possible gathers more pace.

New teaching block and sports facilities open at school

Pupils and staff at Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr have moved in to a brand new two storey teaching block as part of a £6.7m investment in facilities at the school.

First design proposals revealed for city centre local services hub

Proposed designs have been unveiled for a new central Swansea location for the city's main library and other key services.
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