Development Opportunities

Land/Development Opportunities

There is a good selection of new development sites and land opportunities offering excellent facilities and access available within Neath Port Talbot.

Key sites include:

Baglan Energy Park
This award winning business park, already home to GE Energy, Intertissue Paper Mill and Baglan Bay Innovation Centre provides a quality environment.

Harbour Way
The £110 million road is a strategic highway improvement that will assist the regeneration of Port Talbot Industrial estate and the docks area and improve access to the seafront and Baglan Energy Park.

Aberavon Seafront
A three mile stretch of sandy beach with potential for leisure, commercial and mixed development opportunities. Alongside this, the River Afan Southern Corridor regeneration scheme covers an area of approximately 300 acres.

Port Talbot Deepwater Harbour
One of the deepest berthing facilities in the world. Potential for development on 30 hectares of land alongside the harbour, an area with rail connections and close to M4 motorway.

Coed Darcy
Coed Darcy urban village is a £1.2 billion, 400 hectare development located at the site of the old BP Llandarcy oil refinery. The development includes four schools, health and sports facilities, a community centre and shops as well as some 4,000 homes. The site will be served by a new link road and green transport will be a central theme. This sustainable development is supported by a partnership including the Princes Foundation for the Built environment.

Glynneath A465
Approx 34 acres of land available for commercial, industrial and mixed use development. Located on the Heads of the Valley road, the area provides excellent links to the Midlands.

Fabian Way Gateway
Situated on the main arterial route into Swansea Bay, from the M4 motorway. This 4 hectares site provides both commercial and mixed development usage opportunities. The first company to locate on the site is global retailer Amazon, in an 800,000 sq.ft purpose designed distribution centre on 33 acres.