Wales is aiming to be the world’s first sustainable space nation by 2040 and has released a report on how it plans to meet that goal.
Plans to bring down 15 buildings at the former nuclear power station have been lodged with Anglesey Council.
Theatr Clwyd in Mold, North Wales is to be redeveloped and the local council is looking for a construction firm with turnover exceeding £66m to carry out the job.
Towns from across the country are encouraged to apply to become the new home for the rail infrastructure operator – and Barrow has already thrown its hat in the ring.
National Grid has begun work on building a tunnel underneath Dwyryd Estuary to hold the electricity line, enabling the company to remove ten pylons from the nationally significant landscape.
The developer and investor has acquired 100,000 sq ft of industrial space across two sites in Gwynedd and Denbighshire and plans to spend £15m upgrading them.
Secretary of state Michael Gove told the House of Commons that his department is in negotiations with the Welsh government regarding creating a freeport.
Belgian tail lift manufacturer Dhollandia has acquired Wire 81 for around £7m and will use the facility as its UK assembly plant.
The framework is geared towards meeting the needs of housing associations, local authorities, NHS trusts and education providers.
The North Wales-based developer reported a pre-tax profit of £51m for the year ended 30 September 2021, up more than 100% from £25.3m the previous year.
The North Wales borough is looking to harness Levelling Up Fund support to establish a park of regional stature along the Dee Estuary and regenerate its coastal communities.
The council has approved plans to construct the 112,800 sq ft Mynydd Isa Campus, taking down the Brutalist Argoed High School in the process.
Plans for 77 homes close to the town’s railway station have overcome the misgivings of planning officers to secure approval.
Located at Parc Ty Gwyn in Llanrwst, the complex includes two industrial units and a three-storey office building.
Trafford’s upcoming surf lagoon, Blackpool’s £300m leisure complex, plans for Liverpool’s Debenhams and a revamp of Stretford all topped Place North West’s list of the most-read stories of 2021.
A proposed sister operation to the Gwynt y Mor offshore site off the North Wales coast has been halved in scale, to a maximum of 50 turbines.
Bala Lake Narrow Gauge Railway has submitted an application to extend into the heart of the North Wales town of Bala.
Of the 39 places vying for the title, three are based in the North West and one in North Wales.
A private investor has purchased 3.7 acres on zone two of Deeside Industrial Park in Flintshire.
The developer has bought 47 acres at Wrexham Industrial Estate, taking its land holdings in the North Wales town to 85 acres.
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