Project

Llanwern

Llanwern, Wales

Demolition, Reclamation & Remediation

Contract Value

£1 billion

Located on the former British Steel Production Facility at Glan Llyn, demolition and remediation works commenced with the clearing of the former Steelworks Buildings and ensuring that the site was environmentally safe.

Over the next 20 years, Llanwern will become one of the most significant newly-built communities in Wales. The regeneration scheme is the cornerstone of Newport’s growth strategy and will deliver 4,000 new dwellings along with a substantial new Business Park.

The scheme will generate 6,000 new jobs and provide two new Primary Schools, a Local Centre containing retail and community facilities and a significant area of new public open space and structural landscaping.

Development Works:

  • 4,000 New Homes
  • 20 Year Programme
  • Extensive S.106 works including new schools and motorway junction

Key Facts:

  • The site previously comprised a British Steel Production Facility which was opened in 1960’s and at its peak employed 13,000 workers;
  • Produced 1.5 million tonnes of steel per year;
  • Heavy end closed in 2004;
  • The works when complete will generate 6,000 new jobs and 1 million square feet of development space as well as 4,000 new homes.

Project Lead

Craig Tidyman

Craig Tidyman

Managing Surveyor

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