WITH the growing emphasis being placed, post-Brexit, on forming new trade relations beyond the EU, a Llanelli based firm is celebrating its third major contract in Singapore.

The means are place-making specialists and have been appointed to support the Singapore government’s work in two of its cultural precincts, Chinatown and Little India. The work involves training government officials in place making techniques and running visioning events in both precincts.

“We will be working with government and the private sector to develop improvement strategies for each precinct. This builds on the kind of approach we have applied to good effect across South Wales, in London and in other English cities.” said Managing Director Peter Williams.

Over the past year the firm has delivered major projects in Swansea, Aberystwyth, Llanelli, Merthyr Tydfil, Pontypridd, Bridgend, Neath and Newport. As well as Manchester, London and Southampton.

“Our home market is most important to us, but our increasing international reputation has meant that we were included on a growth programme with the Department of International Trade. This has been a great opportunity to make contacts for the company and for the region that we are proud to call home”.

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