South West Wales

Public to have say on Swansea's Castle Square revamp

Castle Square
Image caption Councillors said Swansea's Castle Square could be "transformed"

People are being encouraged to have their say on plans to redevelop Swansea's Castle Square.

The square, which was developed from a gardens in the 1990s, is considered "tired" and councillors want to make changes to make it more vibrant.

Swansea council has now published a public open spaces notice giving people the chance to give their views.

Council leader Rob Stewart said it could become a "thriving, regenerated city centre".

The public can put their views forward until Thursday, 18 August.

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