MCA Trustees are now assessing the four completed tenders received for the construction of the Phase 1 developments at Underhill Park, which are all over the original budget due to the cost impacts of Brexit and COVID.
Exciting news, the Invitation to Tender (ITT) paperwork has gone out, with tenders due to be returned in six weeks’ time. MCA hope to announce the outcome of the tender process in late November 2021
MCA Trustees were thrilled by the level of support for Go Underhill, and the donations given to help it happen, by people enjoying the Cracker 7’s rugby event over August Bank Holiday weekend.
Go Underhill is a step closer to getting underway after Mumbles Community Council formally signed off on their significant contribution to the project at their meeting on 13 July
Welsh Government have awarded MCA a grant of £250k through its Communities Facilities Programme for enhancing the development of Underhill Park
Mumbles Community Association has submitted an application for a number of ‘minor material amendments’ to the planning application, which was approved by Swansea Council in November 2019
Representatives from a range of local groups and interested individuals have been updated on the latest position in the development of Underhill Park and had the opportunity to ask questions about the plans at a recent online meeting.
The legally binding agreement between Mumbles Community Council and MCA, for £1.2m towards the development of Underhill Park, has been signed, moving Go Underhill a step closer to getting underway.
105 native woodland saplings have been in the woodland area adjoining Underhill Park car park, in an initiative led by Mumbles Development Trust
Honorary Club President of Swansea City FC and former Wales international footballer, Alan Curtis, appointed MBE in 2021 New Year Honours, has expressed his excitement about the Go Underhill development
A businessman living in the local area has come forward with a generous donation of £10k towards the Go Underhill development.
Dawsons Estate Agents are giving £5,000 to help make the Go Underhill plans become a reality.