Y Storfa Community Hub Starts on Site

Work have started on Swansea Council’s new community hub – in Oxford Street’s former BHS building – which will be known as Y Storfa, the Welsh word for “store”. Facilities will include the new main city centre library and the West Glamorgan Archive Service, as well as exhibition / meeting spaces, café, children’s library /Read More

GWPA Appointed on Welsh Jewish Heritage Centre Project

GWP Architecture are delighted to have been appointed for another Heritage Restoration and Renewal project In South Wales for this imposing Grade II listed building – support, as part of the MDT approach to gwpa will be from Hydrock and Mann Williams Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers. The Foundation for Jewish Heritage has announced the appointment of GWP ArchitectureRead More

GWPA Nominated for Housing Awards

GWPA are pleased to announce that our Blackrock and Mayton Street projects have been named as a finalists in the Northwest Housebuilder Construction Awards 2023 in the following categories: Modern Methods of Construction awards – Mayton street Residential project of the year – Mayton street Sustainability award – Blackrock Street Sub Regional project of theRead More

Plaza CEW Conservation & Regeneration Award

We are please to announced that the Plaza mixed use development in Port Talbot, Wales won the Conservation & Regeneration Award at Fridays CEW Awards. The scheme which opened last year for tenant YMCA and the client Neath Port Talbot CBC provides a series of new spaces for the benefit of the local community. TheRead More

Swansea Palace Theatre in the News

Our refurbishment and adaptation of the historic Palace Theatre in Swansea has been featured on ITV and BBC news. The Grade-II listed Palace Theatre in Swansea has been empty since it closed as a nightclub in 2006 and on the Theatres Trust risk register due to its deteriorating condition. In 2016, Swansea council part-funded urgent repairs,Read More