Landscaping, flowers and green spaces will play a large part in the way a Welsh city looks in the future.
Swansea is shedding its dockside image but will not be forgetting its maritime history.
The latest City Centre Action Plan unveils ideas for a “high-quality and distinctive city centre, based on its location as a waterfront city”.
Tasks include moves to “improve the landscape and street design, introducing creative and innovative street furniture, additional landscaping and floral displays”.
The intention is to make Swansea a “waterfront” and “floral” city. There are plans to enhance the range and quality of floral displays, which will mean “the introduction of year-round floral displays and an increase in the number of displays and organisations participating in Swansea in Bloom by 15 and 10 per cent respectively”, said a council representative.
City Centre Partnership chairwoman Rosemary Morgan said: “We are on the threshold of an exciting new era for the city centre.
“There is a vibrancy and confidence as a result of the developments. The strategic framework will build on these strengths and support further developments over the coming 10 years.”
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