St. Modwen is the UK’s leading regeneration specialist with over 25 years experience in hundreds of regeneration projects in Wales and across the UK. It is the largest private owner of Brownfield land in South Wales and currently manages more than 3,500 acres (gross) after acquiring 1,060 acres (gross) in 2008 and a further 2,500 acres (gross) in 2009 of disused BP sites.
These sites now form part of St. Modwen’s linked development which comprises of Baglan Bay, Coed Darcy and the Bay Campus for Swansea University. It will completely transform key areas of the Swansea Bay City Region within Neath Port Talbot and Swansea.
The linked development focuses on three key areas:
St. Modwen is also spearheading one of the most significant regeneration projects underway in Newport – Glan Llyn. A £1bn development to transform the 600 acre former Llanwern Steelworks to provide 4,000 new homes, 1.5 million sq ft of quality employment space and 6,000 new jobs in the next 20 years.
Other St. Modwen developments in South Wales include re-development of Swansea University’s Hendrefoilan Village in Swansea to provide around 300 high quality homes. 100 acres (gross) of St. Modwen-owned land at Barry Chemicals - situated South of Cardiff and leased from Associated British Ports (expires in 2045) with some vacant land. It is being marketed for serviced land or potential design and build solutions for occupiers. The remaining land is sub-let to MSC, Zeon and Dow Corning.
Visit www.stmodwen.co.uk for more information