We met with teams from Sustrans, a walking and cycle charity who operate parts of Wales National Cycle Network, and Welsh Government to discuss our concept for FR8PK, the working title of the scheme. While general, the feedback was massively positive and linked well with both prospective projects being considered by teams within Welsh Government and proposed funds set out to encourage green living and healthy behaviours post-COVID19. We have submitted a statement outlining a proposal to proceed with FR8PK which is, in the first instance, to be considered by Welsh Ministers.
During the first two weeks of August we conducted site visits in and around Swansea’s SA1 in order to strategically define part of the overall scheme. We visited six sites of which two were qualified as suitable under our initial working criteria. A prospectus, media and expressions of interest were published at a new webpage created specifically for FR8PK, the working title of the scheme. This allows potential traders, investors and land owners to complete a registration form to be considered for our first scheme in Swansea.