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World-Class Skyline Swansea Leisure Destination - What're Your Thoughts?

The public is invited to share their views on the proposed world-class leisure destination at Kilvey Hill.

Skyline Enterprise chief executive officer Geoff McDonald said “We have a proud track record of working closely with the local communities at all the sites we operate. We want this to work for the people of Swansea so we’re really looking forward to meeting people at the drop-in sessions to listen to and answer their questions. Your opinions matter and it’s incredibly important to us that we hear them. If you can, please come along and let us know what you think.”

Global leisure and tourism experts, Skyline Enterprises, is holding a series of drop-in sessions to share their vision for Skyline Swansea which they say will open up Kilvey Hill for all, with people of all ages and abilities able to enjoy the various attractions, nature and views from the top of the hill. The feedback received at the consultation events will help shape final plans which are likely to be submitted for planning in the summer. If approved, preliminary works are anticipated to begin on site towards the end of this year with completion due in 2025.

The drop-in sessions will take place on:

  • Wednesday 8th March 3 pm - 7 pm at The Village Hotel, SA1 8QY

  • Thursday 9th March 3 pm - 7 pm at Landore Social Club, SA1 2LE

  • Friday 10th March 10 am - 2 pm at Bonymaen Community Centre, SA1 7AW

The proposals for Skyline Swansea will include:

  • A cable car running from Landore Park & Ride to the top of Kilvey Hill which does not pass over any homes

  • Food and beverage outlets with viewing platforms across Swansea Bay

  • A non-motorized gravity-fuelled downhill karting ride known as the Luge which is suitable for all ages

  • A new technology similar to Ziplines which is suitable for all ages

  • An exhilarating Sky Swing giving a rush of adrenaline plus breath-taking views over the city and Swansea Bay which is suitable for all ages

  • Existing pathways and biking trails are retained, and new ones created

  • Introduction of picnic areas

  • A strong focus on the natural environment, sustainability and biodiversity with tree planting and environmental improvements on the hill

  • Free and unhindered public access to the entire hill was retained and improved without having to use any Skyline facilities

if you're unable to attend the drop-in session but would like to contact a member of the skyline team please email :

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