Newport Transporter Bridge is set to have a new visitor centre

It is one of only six working transporter bridges left in the world and soon it could have a new visitor centre.

The Newport Transporter Bridge, which stands at 241ft (73m) tall and 774ft (236m) wide, was built in 1906 and has Grade I listed status.

The visitor centre is part of a £12m masterplan to safeguard its future - if flooding fears can be allayed.

Natural Resources Wales objected, calling for more detail on how flood risks can be managed. But Newport councillors will back the plan once that issue has been addressed.