With over 30 years of experience in hundreds of regeneration projects in Wales and across the UK, St. Modwen positively transforms disused sites into modern and sustainable communities, and Coed Darcy is no exception.
Following a selection process involving former site owner BP along with Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, The Princes Foundation and the Welsh Assembly Government, St. Modwen purchased the former BP Llandarcy Oil refinery site in May 2008.
As the UK's leading regeneration specialist, St. Modwen was selected because of the company's unrivalled credentials in cleaning up and transforming former industrial land into communities for people to live, work, learn and relax.
Taking 25 years to complete, this major project will provide over 4,000 homes and 500,000 square feet of commercial development space, not to mention schools, parks and sports facilities.
St. Modwen is committed to leaving a lasting legacy to be proud of at Coed Darcy for generations of people to come.
For further information on St. Modwen's work in the region, view the Borough-wide Regeneration section.
For more information on St. Modwen, visit www.stmodwen.co.uk