The house was originally built in the late 18th century. It was later re-designed in the mid 1820s by the architect P. F. Robinson. The alterations were commissioned by industrialist John Henry Vivian. The building became part of Swansea University in 1920 and was originally the core premises of the University.
THE WELSH AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO HOLD AN EVIDENCE SESSION IN SWANSEA FOR THE INQUIRY INTO INWARD INVESTMENT IN WALES.
Mar 31, 2011; LONDON -- The following information was released by the British Parliament: On Monday 4 April the Welsh Affairs Committee will...