As #1 for billboards in the UK, Primesight deliver tremendous local value. It's no wonder we're top in the market with these great sites across Wales.
You can view some of our hand-selected highlights in Cardiff and Newport below or call our central switchboard on 0141 473 3034 to be redirected to our Wales team - we'd be only too happy to guide you through the process, whether this is your first billboard or your fiftieth.
The capital of Wales, Cardiff (Caerdydd) is home to a population of over 360,000 - including 70,000 students across the city’s three universities.
Cardiff is young, diverse, fast-growing and vibrant, with an enviable reputation for its connected business community, world-class sports venues and rich cultural history. Projected to be one of the fastest growing UK cities over the next two decades, it’s no surprise that many in Cardiff experience a lifestyle that ranks among the best in Europe.
With over 98% of the population having access to super-fast broadband, Cardiff is one of the UK’s most connected cities. The city has recently been voted the 6th best shopping destination in the UK, with a multitude of Edwardian and Victorian arcades to browse as well as modern shopping centres. From Cardiff Castle to Bute Park to the city’s stunning waterfront, there’s plenty of culture in this thriving city.
Twelve miles from the Welsh capital, Newport (Casnewydd) is the country’s third biggest city with a population close to 150,000. The city forms part of the 1.1m strong Cardiff-Newport metropolitan area.
Newport is undergoing one of the most significant regeneration projects in the UK and continues to thrive on the back of hosting major events such as the 2010 Ryder Cup and the Nato Summit in 2014. The global appeal of Newport is enhanced by the arrival of the International Convention Centre Wales at the Celtic Manor Resort which is expected to bring 100,000 bedroom nights to the area every year.
The recent opening of Friars Walk created over 36,000 square metres of shopping and leisure in Newport city centre, and the Newport masterplan will expand the city centre to the banks of the River Usk which is also home to the city’s Riverfront Arts Centre and major sporting teams.