A modern business park environment in the heart of the Swansea Bay City Region.
Parc Felindre is located in the Swansea Bay City Region, just off junction 46 of the M4 Motorway. Swansea is the second largest city in Wales, home to 245,000 residents. Swansea is home to the Institute of Sustainable Design, two universities and key industries reflecting their specialist subjects, making Swansea an ideal location to establish, relocate or expand a business. Parc Felindre offers huge potential to create a live/work destination of regional, national and international significance, offering considerable job creation opportunities for Wales.
By Road: Parc Felindre is located at Junction 46 of the M4 motorway, which provides easy access via the M4 corridor to the major cities of London, Bristol and Reading to the east, Exeter, Plymouth and Southampton to the south, and via the M5 motorway, to Birmingham and Manchester further north. By Rail: Fast and frequent train services link major UK cities to Swansea with an average of 48 trains per day travelling from Swansea to London Paddington, making access to the UK capital convenient and efficient. In circa 3 hours you are in the centre of London. Planned electrification of the mainline between London and South Wales will reduce journey times and increase the frequency of trains. Direct rail links bring Bristol, Cardiff, Newport, Hereford, Crewe and Manchester within easy reach, and there are good connections to the Midlands, north east, south and south west England. Frequent Eurostar trains link Paris, Lille and Brussels directly with London St Pancras International then via Underground or taxi link to London Paddington for onward train travel to Swansea. By Air There are fast rail/air links to Swansea from London (Gatwick and Heathrow). Bristol and Cardiff International Airports (less than an hour’s drive), also offer internal, European and international flights. By Sea Swansea port is ideally placed for maritime trade with north west Europe, Ireland and the Mediterranean. The port caters for ships up to 30,000 tonnes and provides heavy duty cargo handling facilities.
Serviced plots are available to purchase on a long leasehold basis. Plots can be amalgamated. Alternatively, there is potential for the delivery of bespoke buildings by way of a ‘design & build’ package.