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A series of CGI pictures from Pobl Group show the planned transformation of the former University Saint David’s Townhill Campus in Swansea.

Pobl Group have awarded the demolition contract to Morganstone Ltd., and work has already begun to remove all the asbestos from the site and to demolish buildings in readiness for its redevelopment.

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The impressive Edwardian college building will be preserved, turning it into one and two-bedroom apartments through a sensitive conversion and extension of this landmark building, offering spectacular views over Swansea Bay.

Artist’s impression of the new homes by Pobl on the junction of Pantycelen Road and Townhill Road on the site of the former UWTSD campus (Image: Pobl)
Artist’s impression of the new homes by Pobl on the site of the former UWTSD campus (Image: Pobl)
Artist’s impression of the new homes by Pobl on the site of the former UWTSD campus (Image: Pobl)
Artist’s impression of the new homes by Pobl on the site of the former UWTSD campus (Image: Pobl)
Artist’s impression of the new homes by Pobl on the site of the former UWTSD campus (Image: Pobl)

When complete, the site will feature 160 homes for shared ownership, rental and outright sale, with a mixture of 1 & 2 bed apartments, and 2, 3 and 4 bed houses.

Kate Sinclair, Senior Project Manager, said: “Our vision for this new development is to transform the former campus site and deliver a high-quality mixed tenure development designed to make the most of the views and other qualities of the site. At Pobl, placemaking is central to all that we do, and we plan to conserve and maintain a large proportion of mature parkland and open space to benefit both the new residents and existing adjacent community.”

(Lead image: Pobl)

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