Powys offers an incredible diversity of landscapes and with that opportunity. Centrally located between industrial South Wales, the English borders of Shropshire and Herefordshire, and Snowdonia in North Wales, Powys is crisscrossed by mountain passes, dotted with characterful little towns and never far from water – whether sparkling rivers or great lakes. From pristine parks and rolling hills, quintessentially Welsh valleys to tucked away villages, we have it all. There’s 2,000 square miles of freedom out there with your name on them.
As well as excellent work opportunities and infrastructure Powys offers a great work-life balance along with a warm Welsh welcome. Breathe in the clean mountain air, be seduced by our market towns, lined with independent stories and boutique shops selling their own artisan crafted products and lounge in our lush countryside all whilst enjoying our local produce - from field to plate food it’s as fresh as you can dream for.
Indulge in a different type of lifestyle, spend your weekends exploring the countryside and having epic adventures, you’ll always find something to do - wild, new, exciting or relaxing.
Experience a commute with views so wonderful that you’ll want to get a bit farther into it.
Powys is a place for opportunity, hosting some of the most diverse and advanced businesses with a healthy job market across the Public, Private, and Third Sectors.
For help and advice contact Powys County Council's Regeneration Team:
Regeneration and Corporate Property,
Powys County Council, County Hall,
Spa Road East, Llandrindod Wells,
Powys, LD1 5LG.
Tel: 01597 827656