The Welsh Government has revealed some of the big-spending capital projects they will focus on in the next 3 years.
One of the key areas was improving transport, with plans to improve the Brynglas tunnels and A55, and £62 million to create a South East Wales metro system.
They have also allocated £170 million to housing - the majority of which will help first time buyers in a Help to Buy scheme.
£38 million will be spent on Health facilities - including building the final phase of Noah's Ark Children's Hospital.
Owain Phillips has a closer look at where the Government's going to be spending its cash.
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