This Order will stop up highways to allow development to take place in accordance with planning permission granted by the Local Authority.

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26 July 2019
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The Stopping up of Highways (Albert Row, Swansea) Order 201- (draft)
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The Stopping up of Highways (Albert Row, Swansea) Order 201- (draft) - plan
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This order will enable the refurbishment, alteration and/or demolition of all existing buildings/structures on the site (except St Mary's Church and St David's Church) and redevelopment of site with indicative access/layout and scale parameters on the north site of a maximum of 1 to 7 storeys and maximum new floorspace of 84,050 sqm comprising retail/commercial/office use residential, non-residential institution and leisure, multi-storey car park and redevelopment of south site of a maximum of 40,700 sqm of floorspace comprising a new arena, up to 13 storey hotel/residential building, food and drink, undercroft car park, potential energy centre. Across both sites, the provision of associated new public open space/public realm and landscaping, new pedestrian and vehicular access and servicing arrangements (including a pedestrian bridge link across Oystermouth Road), provision of new bus stops on Oystermouth Road, new pedestrian access through existing arches along Victoria Quay, relocation of Sir H Hussey Vivian statue, earthworks, and plant, in accordance with planning permissions granted under Part 3 of the 1990 Act by the Council on on 5 June 2019 with reference number 2019/0980/S73, and the reserved matter approval granted on ** ***** 201- with reference number 2019/1373/RES.