Work has finally restarted on Cardiff ‘s long awaited bus station, five years after the old one was lost to city redevelopment.
The capital has been without a main station since 2015 and the multi-million project to replace it has been subject to long delays.
Several different plans for a transport interchange have been put forward and scrapped over the last six years, but work finally started in December.
Then in March, the plans were altered once more when developers Rightacres submitted a new planning application with changes which included the extension of proposed office space above the station.
The application added two floors of offices on the south side of the bus station.
More bicycle parking space and car parking spaces for ultra low emissions vehicles were also included in the plan.
At the time developers also said they wanted to remove one retail unit for more space in the bus station.
Now pictures have emerged of work taking place at the site.
Images show construction workers back at the site to get the ball rolling once more.
The new station will be homed near the new BBC offices and Cardiff University building.
In December, it was reported that building firm ISG was xpected to deliver the Interchange by the summer of 2022, although it was not expected to be ready for passengers or occupants until the summer of 2023.
Back in December, Kevin McElroy, ISG project director, said: “The Cardiff Interchange has been one of the most highly anticipated developments of recent years and this announcement reflects real collaboration and vision from all project stakeholders to create a mixed-use scheme that delivers for our city.
“Not only will this dramatically improve connectivity for businesses, residents and visitors to Cardiff, but alongside the iconic BBC Wales headquarters, will transform this strategic gateway site.”