Neath Port Talbot is used to being at the centre of things. At the heart of South Wales, we’re at the point where the urban east merges with rural west. We were at the centre of the Industrial Revolution, when iron and steel became king. But that was then and this is now – and although we’re very proud of our heritage, we’ve got our eyes firmly fixed on the future. And with decarbonisation and renewable energy at the heart of our strategy, this revolution is going to be altogether quieter and cleaner.

It’s not just our industrial landscape that’s changing, though. We’re also transforming our towns, villages and valleys by refurbishing and repurposing vacant and derelict buildings, building homes as power stations, improving biodiversity by creating green roofs and wildflower gardens, encouraging active travel by providing public bike storage, increasing digital connections in commercial areas and enhancing our public spaces.

We want to make Neath Port Talbot a place where people love to work, live and visit.

As part of the Shared Prosperity Fund, the following grants….

Place Anchor Project

Valley Industrial Units

Place Making Grant

Valleys and Villages Prosperity Fund

Heritage, Culture, Tourism and Events Fund

Commercial Property Grant