The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has agreed to allocate funds to support the development of projects and ideas which can stimulate and help future-proof the economy of Bridgend following the announcement the town’s Ford engine plant is to close.
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Newport Wafer Fab (NWF), the UK’s leading 200mm silicon chip semiconductor processing facility, has completed a multi-million pound refinancing deal, involving a restructure of existing Welsh Government loans and a new asset finance facility from HSBC UK.
THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Cabinet welcomed the extended commitment given by the UK and Welsh Governments to the implementation of the £1.2billion CCR City Deal.
KEOLISAMEY today (June 4) unveiled bold plans for the Wales and Borders rail network and the development of the South Wales Metro working in partnership with Transport for Wales (TfW). £1.9billion will be invested to achieve these plans.
THE Welsh Government has today (May 23) announced its intention to award the contract for the design, delivery and operation of the South Wales Metro – a key element of the Cardiff Capital Region City Deal – to KeolisAmey.
THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Regional Cabinet today welcomed the decision by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to approve the CCR bid for £6million of funding from the Local Full Fibre Wave 2 Challenge Fund to enable improved digital connectivity in South-East Wales.
Cardiff Metropolitan University’s much-anticipated Cardiff School of Technologies was formally launched last week (Tuesday February 27) at an event at the Senedd.
A FIVE-YEAR strategic plan to leverage maximum economic and social benefits from the £1.2 billion Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) City Deal fund has been formally agreed.
THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Cabinet today (January 15) agreed to support in principle the £180million re-development of Cardiff’s main transport hub with £40m of City Deal funding.
Cytunodd Cabinet Prifddinas-Ranbarth Caerdydd (CCR) heddiw (y 15fed o Ionawr) i gefnogi mewn egwyddor yr ailddatblygiad £180 miliwn ar brif ganolfan drafnidiaeth Caerdydd, gyda £40 miliwn o gyllid y Fargen Ddinesig.