Swansea theatre regeneration plans move forward

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Plans for the development of office space and meeting rooms for tech and creative SMEs in a historic Swansea theatre have moved forward after receiving a positive reaction from planning officers, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.

In August, City and County of Swansea Council unveiled plans for the conversion of the Palace Theatre with the aim of creating approximately 12,000 sq ft of new office space with workspaces for more than 130 people. The proposal also includes ten meeting rooms with a total capacity of more than 50.

The council hopes the restoration of the grade II-listed property would “become a focal point for creative businesses whilst retaining potential scope for smaller scale performances and events”.

According to council planning officer’s the proposal relates to a sustainable location and has the potential to support the regeneration of the surrounding area, while preserving an important cultural asset.

The project is set to ramp up this week with the council beginning a process to find a lead tenant to run the Palace. The business will maintain and manage the building once its multimillion-pound revamp is complete.

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