Supporting our Communities

New Build
First in the UK
Surf Bristol Ltd

Construction of a 200m inland Surf Lake using ground-breaking Wavegarden cove technology – the first of its kind in the UK. This exciting facility will generate up to 1,000 quality waves per hours, ranging from 50cm (1.7ft) to almost 2m (6.5ft) in height.

The new build also includes an education centre for schools and colleges, a café and bar, a surf shop. There’s also external works for landscaped gardens and car parks

We are committed to the delivery of community initiatives that will positively contribute to the social, economic and environmental well-being of the local community.

We work collaboratively to maximise benefits for the regions where we work, helping to achieve the well-being goals as set out in the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act. We are involved in a wide range of national and regional projects which aim to enhance the communities in which we live and work.

We are exceptionally proud to have supported national and local causes including Jiffy’s Cancer 50 Challenge , Llanelli Warriors RFC, Ysgol Cwm Brombil Community Fund and Kin Cymru. Over the years Andrew Scott has given generously to foodbanks across Wales, with our staff always giving generously and going the extra mile to help others. We understand as a result of the economic impacts that Covid-19 has placed on many households, a lot more people are requiring the use of food banks during this time. This Easter we held an Easter Egg Appeal in our Head Office and across all of our sites with the aim of collecting 300 Easter Eggs for 4 food banks across South Wales (Pontypridd, Port Talbot, Ystalyfera and Llanelli.) Our appeal, which was supported by our staff and subcontractors saw Andrew Scott donate over 1200 Easter Eggs to food banks in the region. The success of the appeal allowed us to support a further 2 food banks in Britton Ferry and Ystradgynlais.

We engage with local groups and charities most in need of our support. Andrew Scott provides continuous support to local causes throughout the year. It is in our culture to give back and our staff always get involved in fundraising activities. We recently made a donation of blocks to Neath College's Bricklaying Department and donated a steel container to The Salvation Army to help them in their incredible effort to support the residents of Skewen in the aftermath of the flooding in January 2021.

About Us...
Andrew Scott has bought many community benefits to the area. The project has created opportunities for the local supply chain and contractors, generating employment and training opportunities for local people. The project has also supported or sponsored a number of community initiatives, such as Taibach Mini RFC, the Port Talbot Sea Scouts and the Afante Ladies choir.
- Councillor Rob Jones, Leader of Neath Port Talbot Council, talking about the NPT Integrated Transport Hub project