Swansea University new campus just part of the Neath Port Talbot investment story
THE Swansea University second campus is just one of a series of major investments across the Neath Port Talbot county.
It's also by far the largest in terms of value.
But NPT Homes, which is responsible for around 9,000 former council houses and flats, will also be spending around £170 million over the next three years.
The money is going on upgrading these properties to comply with the Welsh Housing Quality Standard.
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Neath Port Talbot Council is itself spending a fortune on various schemes of its own, including the £13 million first phase of Neath town centre's upgrade, due to start this year.
Margam Park's heritage features are being restored at a cost of £1.7 million and a new caravan and camping site is being developed.
Over the next three years around £21 million will also be spent on regeneration schemes around the county.