January 2022 press releases
Swansea Council is calling on business and organisations to help the city in its fight for the planet's future.
SWANSEA Council is to urge the UK Government to act swiftly to protect householders from energy price rises.
A Swansea city centre food store, specialising in the sale of international foods, has been fined thousands of pounds for selling out of date food.
Nearly one and half kilometres of historic canal tow path in Swansea has been given a new lease of life as a new walking and cycling route.
Plenty of greenery will very soon be planted at Swansea's new coastal park as construction of the attraction edges even closer to completion.
Close to 200 tourism businesses in Swansea are now being given a helping hand to raise their profile across the UK and beyond, thanks to free marketing support.
Work continues on the Hafod-Morfa Copperworks site that's due to become a new visitor attraction for Penderyn Whisky this year.
The number of pop-up youth clubs in Swansea is continuing to expand with another opening in Penlan next week.
Scores of community groups and projects across Swansea are set to benefit from a £500,000 fund to help them keep busy and active through the winter months.
Over £2.8m worth of emergency Covid financial support has been provided to more than 1,000 Swansea businesses and charities since a new grant scheme went live earlier this month.
From small independent businesses to entrepreneurs, large companies and developers, over 70 exhibitors have already been confirmed for a major event taking place in the spring.
CITY residents are being urged to have their say on Swansea Council's budget priorities for the year ahead.
A new video reveals how Swansea Council plans could make a key part of the city centre even more people-friendly.
Swansea Council is to serve up another boost to the city's cafes, pubs and restaurants as the pandemic continues.
City residents are being urged to place a candle in their window one evening later this month as the world unities to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
Swansea city centre has a new information hub for local residents eager to cut their fuel bills.
SWANSEA icon and panto star Kevin Johns MBE is set to get Honorary Freedom of the City - oh, yes he is!
Foundations are now being laid for a landmark new net-zero office development that will provide space for 600 jobs at the former Oceana nightclub site in Swansea city centre.
Swansea Council is set to invest millions of pounds more in services that affect our communities every day as they emerge from the Covid-19 crisis.
An emergency grant scheme is now available for Swansea businesses in the leisure, tourism, hospitality and retail sectors that do not pay business rates.
Swansea Council has revealed some of its services that could soon be accessed by the public at the city centre's planned community hub.
Work is progressing well on residential pods that the council's installing to help people who are homeless.
Proposals for a new central Swansea location for the city's main library and other key services took a big step forward today.
One of Swansea's most historic shopping streets is set to go green.
People and organisations are heading for a new web page to help Swansea tackle the climate emergency.
More than £13.6m has already been committed to fund over 50 projects as part of a Swansea Council scheme to help businesses and communities recover from the impact of the pandemic.
Extra funding for food banks and other groups providing crisis support to people facing food poverty in Swansea is being made available.
Swansea is set to have its first installation of environmentally friendly bus shelters along main public transport routes in the city.
Swansea's multi-million pound transformation into one of the UK's best cities to live, work, study and visit is set to make even more progress this New Year and beyond, thanks to a series of major projects.
From engineering and decorating to flooring and landscaping, new figures show businesses in the Swansea Bay City Region have benefited from over £34.6 million worth of work thanks to the construction of Copr Bay phase one.
Swansea retail, hospitality, leisure and tourism businesses, charities and not-for-profit organisations impacted by the current Coronavirus restrictions in Wales can now apply online for emergency financial support.
Aimed at further driving economic prosperity across South West Wales, a new committee has held its first meeting.
A severe shortage of staff across all sectors may lead to some temporary changes to the way services are delivered across our region.
A multi-million pound package of investment is on the way to further help Swansea recover from the impact of the pandemic.
Swansea has a tall new crane on the cityscape, showing that progress is being made on the transformation of the historic Palace Theatre building.
Swansea Council has launched a new round of funding for ideas that can bring new vibrancy to local communities.
Plans to continue to grow the number of Welsh speakers in Swansea and increase their opportunities to use the language are going before the council's cabinet next week.
Swansea Council looks likely to serve up another boost to the city's cafes, pubs and restaurants as the pandemic continues.
RUNNERS are being invited to get their entries in for the 2022 Admiral Swansea Bay 10k.
Charities, volunteer and community groups tackling food poverty in Swansea were directly supported with almost £200k by the council last year.
Pupils and staff at a thriving primary school are starting the new year in a new £9.9m home.
A teacher who has also become a foster carer says it is one of the most rewarding things he has done and is urging others to think about committing to help make a difference to the lives of young people.
Neighbours in Swansea are being asked to continue to look out for one another to ensure everyone is supported while cases of coronavirus remain high in the city.
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