Synonyms for teigr or Related words with teigr

porth              towyn              resolven              felinheli              heol              pontyberem              glyncorrwg              rhoose              saundersfoot              trimsaran              penclawdd              penrhiwceiber              llwynypia              pentyrch              penybanc              bettws              pontardawe              trebanos              tycroes              penygraig              penygroes              llanon              glyncoch              skewen              ystradgynlais              penlan              kidwelly              llanerchymedd              kinmel              penllergaer              ynysowen              cymmer              goodwick              tonyrefail              pontrhydyfen              llangrannog              abercarn              trealaw              llandegfan              llanishen              glynneath              tonypandy              dinllaen              llanybyther              goodrington              cwmavon              waunarlwydd              cilfynydd              caerau              ystalyfera             



Examples of "teigr"
Roath Lock is a television production facility in the Porth Teigr area of Cardiff Bay.
Porth Teigr () is an area under development in Cardiff Bay, in the south of Cardiff, Wales.
Advisor on citizen engagement in Butetown, Cardiff linked to the sustainable development of Porth Teigr, a major docklands site and location of the new BBC Wales Drama Village, led by igloo Regeneration (Aviva Investors) and the Welsh Assembly Government . For its sustainable development of the built environment, Porth Teigr won a 2012 Sustainable Business award from The Guardian.
The core service operates runs from the Wales Millennium Centre to the northern city centre. The route is extended during peak times (Monday–Friday 0645–1930 (to Civic Centre) / 0645–2010 (to Porth Teigr)) so that the north of the route runs through Cathays Park (the Civic Centre) and the south of the route extends to Porth Teigr.
The name, Porth Teigr, was created to evoke the spirit of Tiger Bay and pay homage to the history of the site and Cardiff's past as the busiest port in the world during the 19th century.
The facility is located on a development site known as Porth Teigr, which includes a proposed digital media centre and an interactive exhibition titled Doctor Who Experience. The facility has 500 to 600 people working on site.
Planning permission has been approved for the construction of a 3000 sq metre building in Porth Teigr that will become the long-term home of the Doctor Who Experience when it relocates from London's Olympia to Cardiff in 2012.
Porth Teigr is a joint venture, formed in 2005, between urban regeneration firm "igloo" and the Welsh Government. The venture is responsible for developing 38 acres of land on the south side of Roath Basin in Cardiff Bay as an environmentally sustainable mixed use development including commercial, retail and residential space. The developer advertises Porth Teigr as one of the most significant waterfront developments in the UK and will transform the last major derelict site in the inner harbour area to create more than 1 million sq. ft. of commercial development space and over 1,000 new homes.
The municipality (originally the parish) is named after the old farm of Varteig (Old Norse "Varteigr"), since the first church was built on its ground. The meaning of the first element is unknown, the last element is "teigr" m 'strip of field'.
This book has been produced in Braille. It is also published in German with the title "Ein Tiger kommt zum Tee". It has been adapted into Welsh, entitled "Y Teigr a Ddaeth i De". In this version, the little girl is renamed Catrin. There is also a Japanese edition "おちゃのじかんにきたとら" (Ocha no Jikan ni Kita Tora).
"The Day of the Doctor" took approximately five weeks in 2013 to film; regular filming began on 28 March 2013 and ended on 4 May. The first three days of shooting—28 March, 29 March, and 1 April—took place entirely at the show's Roath Lock studios in Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay; some of the scenes set in the National Gallery and the Eleventh Doctor's TARDIS were filmed in the period.
The Welsh Assembly Government and "igloo" are also in the process of creating a new Digital Media Centre (DMC) at Porth Teigr. Plans have already been submitted for the new 40,000 sq ft Digital Media Centre to provide opportunities for small, high growth businesses and freelancers and provide affordable infrastructure to stimulate and support a cluster of small, high value creative businesses. The DMC is due to commence on site in November 2011 and be ready for occupation towards the end of 2012. The Digital Media Centre aims help support the Creative Industries sector in Wales with the capacity to accommodate 400 people.
The plans to create a new commercial and residential community at Porth Teigr are already underway. It is anticipated that the redeveloped site will ultimately provide opportunities for some 4,000 jobs. The redevelopment will include some 200,000 sq.ft of leisure and retail space as well as a range of housing, including affordable units, which will be amongst the first in the UK designed to give flexibility of spaces, to enable adaptation for lifestyle changes, developed from the experience of the best designers across Europe. Two dry docks will be flooded to help give the site more than 1.6 miles of uninterrupted waterfront, much of which looks across Cardiff Bay towards the Wales Millennium Centre and the Senedd debating chamber.
To house these new programmes, a new 170,000 sq ft studio complex was built, designed to house the productions of "Doctor Who", "The Sarah Jane Adventures", "Casualty", "Upstairs Downstairs", and "Pobol y Cwm". Located in Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay, Roath Lock Studios gained permission in January 2009 and construction began in June 2010 with the building topping out in February 2011. Production began at the site in autumn 2011 and the site was officially opened on 12 March 2012. As a result, "Pobol y Cwm" moved from the Llandaff studios and "Doctor Who" moved from Upper Boat studios to the new complex, with "Casualty" joining them at the site. Despite being designed to house them, the site never housed the "Sarah Jane Adventures", following the death of main actress Elisabeth Sladen in 2011, or "Upstairs Downstairs", following the series' cancellation.