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About The Waterside

Clean Air, Open Space, Good Living

The Llanelli Waterside Joint Venture between the Welsh Government and Carmarthenshire County Council is a flagship partnership delivering an ambitious Regeneration Strategy for Llanelli coast.

We’re creating a vibrant and modern space in which people can enjoy working, living and playing. An environment where stylish and contemporary office buildings, attractive housing developments, as well as lively restaurants, bars and a wealth of other cultural and leisure facilities, sit comfortably together around expanses of sparkling water and lush green parkland.

Huge progress has been made on many of these sites including major infrastructure investment, the Coastal link road; residential developments at North Dock and Machynys; the Jack Nicklaus designed golf course; the Dragon 24 office development at North Dock; the renovation of the harbour and the construction of the 100% let Dyfatty Park in Burry Port.

The Joint Venture team are currently working on proposals in Burry Port, Delta Lakes and North Dock, Llanelli.

Llanelli Waterside enjoys an ideal location with a number of prime attractions close by. These include the Jack Nicklaus designed Golf Course and Country Club at Machynys; a state-of-the-art rugby stadium for the world famous Llanelli Scarlets; Pembrey Country Park and the seven-mile long award winning Cefn Sidan beach; and Ffos Las Racecourse which consistently attracts visitors in their droves.

Close by, Parc Trostre and Parc Pemberton are firmly established as prime shopping destinations visited by people from across South Wales. Llanelli Town Centre has attracted over £60 million through a number of initiatives.

Controlled development and investment has been the cornerstone of the regeneration of the area, coupled with visible returns for those wishing to invest here – projects are designed, delivered and realised in a true partnership between investor and the Joint Venture.

The activities of the Llanelli Waterside Joint Venture have dramatically enhanced the land and seascapes of a part of the world often referred to as the “hidden gem”.