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Swansea Council is seeking lottery funding of £3.7m for the regeneration of the Hafod Morfa Copperworks, including a visitor centre for Penderyn Distillery.
Swansea Council has unveiled outline plans for a 3,500-seat arena in the city centre and an aquatics centre at the seafront, as part of £500m redevelopment plans.
Swansea Council is to consider outline plans for a £30m care home and private hospital near Morriston Hospital, which could create more than 300 jobs.
Swansea Council has unveiled proposals for the £500m redevelopment of the city centre, including the Civic Centre and St David's shopping centre.
Swansea Council is looking into the possibility of relocating hundreds of staff to the city centre, in order to sell off the Civic Centre for redevelopment.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Waterstone Estates to build a £20m care home, shops and restaurants on Swansea's waterfront by 2015, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Clean Coal to use underground coal gasification techniques to extract gas from Swansea Bay.
Swansea Council is in discussions with Swansea Drydocks about plans to invest £4m in a new ship repair, maintenance and recycling facility, with the creation of about 85 jobs.
Swansea Council has approved plans from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University NHS Trust to invest £80m in the redevelopment of the Cefn Coed mental hospital over the next five years.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University NHS Trust to modernise the Cefn Coed psychiatric hospital.
Swansea Council has approved outline plans for a new £7m tourist resort at Fairwood Park golf course, including a luxury hotel, conference centre and the creation of 50 jobs.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Ameco for a £39m seafront regeneration project, including the restoration of Mumbles pier, a new luxury hotel and the creation of about 200 jobs.
Swansea Council is looking to recruit 100 staff to work at its refurbished £32m leisure centre, which is due for completion in December.
Swansea Council is considering proposals from Edglade Properties and Snowmakers UK to develop a winter sports resort in Morfa, including a skiing area, ice rink, hotels and the creation of 460 jobs.
Swansea Council is planning to set up a new indoor bowls centre and football academy at the Landore Sport Ground in Plasmarl.
Swansea Council is in talks with Planet Ice about the possibility of setting up an ice rink in Swansea.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Thurleigh Estates for the development of a £30m shopping complex at the former David Evans department store in the city centre.
Swansea Council has approved plans from Aspinalls to set up a casino at Brunswick Mansford's £30m Salubrious Place development, which could lead to the creation of 500 jobs.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from the Sancta Maria Hospital to build a new £12m three-storey hospital at the SA1 waterfront development.
Swansea Council is to help fund the opening of a Job Shop on the site of the city's historic Norwegian Church, in order to fill hundreds of vacancies that are expected to be created at the £200m SA1 docklands development.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Brunswick Mansford to build a £30m leisure complex at Salubrious Place, including casino and cinema.
Swansea Council has secured a £3m Sportlot grant to develop a £5m sports village next to the Wales National Pool.
Swansea Council has closed the Swansea Leisure Centre indefinitely, as it needs £14m spent on repairs, and is now expected to seek a private partner to develop a £35m replacement.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Sinclair Motor Holdings for the development of two car dealerships in the east of the city.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Dublin-based Niall J Mellon for the development of a £40m leisure and residential scheme at Swansea Marina, including a 25-storey tower block.
Swansea Council has approved plans from Red Kite for the £1.5m transformation of the historic Patti Pavilion into an entertainment venue, with the creation of 70 jobs.
Swansea Council has approved plans from Brunswick Mansford for the construction of a £31m hotel on Wind Street by summer 2004.
Swansea Council has approved plans for the development a £5.5m sports village in Mumbles Road, including an athletics and spectator stand.
Swansea Council has announced plans for the development of a £5m bus and train interchange at High Street station by summer 2004.
Swansea Council has approved plans from Ironbridge Estates for the development of a hotel complex at Port Tennant, which will create about 100 jobs.
Swansea Council is set to receive a £11m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to go towards the £75m Waterfront Museum project, which will create up to 240 jobs.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from Tidal Electric of the US for the development of an artificial island in Swansea Bay to generate electricity from tidal power.
Swansea Council has approved plans from Scottish & Newcastle for a £11m 116-bedroom luxury hotel, which will create 200 jobs, and plans have also been unveiled for a DIY superstore on land near B&Q's existing store in Carmarthen Road.
Swansea Council is to consider plans from B&R Leisure Developments for the development of a £20m Welsh National Marine Aquarium at the former Spontex factory site.
Swansea Council has approved plans for the development of a £10m Olympic size swimming pool on Swansea University land, and it should be open by August 2001.
Swansea Council has shortlisted seven companies to submit proposals for the £75m Morfa stadium redevelopment, and a preferred developer will be chosen in March.
Swansea Council has revealed plans for the new £70m National Waterfront Museum which is expected to attract 1.5m visitors a year and create 200 jobs.