Llanelli based WRW Developments has won the bid to develop the new £4million flagship office complex on Delta Lakes – the key employment site on the £250m Llanelli Waterside development.
Delta Lakes is a 34 acre strategic site earmarked for a high tech business and technology park and the new office will be built on a prime 1.6 acre location at the gateway .
WRW Developments is a core subsidiary of the WRW Group which is one of the most successful development and construction companies in mid and south Wales.
The announcement was made by the joint venture partnership between the Welsh Assembly Government and Carmarthenshire County Council following the exchange of contracts this week.
Leighton Andrews, Deputy Minister for Regeneration, said Llanelli Waterside is a key regeneration project designed to attract new investment, stimulate economic development and help spread prosperity further west.
“Llanelli Waterside has benefited from a considerable amount of public sector investment over a number of years which is helping to transform the area.
Robert Williams, Chairman of WRW Group said: “ WRW Developments Ltd is delighted to be working with the Llanelli Waterside Joint Venture on this prestigious development.
“The building will occupy the prime location at Delta Lakes. It will be built to exemplar standards and will provide a new dimension to the modern office concept in the Llanelli area. “It will provide a working environment befitting leading UK City venues and will be second to none in Carmarthenshire.
“Our Architect, Andrew Nixon of the Powell Dobson Partnership, has achieved an innovative design. The Rowland Jones Partnership and GVA Grimleys have been appointed Joint letting Agents and details of tenancy opportunities will be available shortly.”