Date: Tuesday 09 September 2014
When Newport in Gwent played host to 150 heads of state and ministers at a NATO summit at the city’s Celtic Manor Resort, we were delighted to hand over our giant hoardings to the Government’s ‘What Makes Great Britain Great’ campaign.
The hoardings, which stretch the length of more than 20 double-decker buses, were put up at our City Vizion development, which borders the River Usk, in the city centre.
The Welsh and English-language hoardings, which stretch for 225 metres along the riverside walk, included messages about British innovation, culture and business.
Sara Taylor, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey South Wales, says: “The government got in touch with us to request permission to use our hoarding space on the edge of City Vizion because the development benefits from such a fantastic central location in the heart of the city’s regeneration zone, alongside the River Usk.
“We were only too happy to help, and I must say the hoardings really do catch the eye.
“Summit delegates were left in no doubt what is so great about Great Britain!”
There’s a selection of three-bedroom townhouses ready to reserve now at City Vizion.