A £2.3 billion building fund to meet high demand and surplus places in schools and colleges has been announced by the Welsh Government.
The money is the second wave of investment into the flagship 21st Century Schools and Education Programme - a major, long-term and strategic capital investment programme.
It is aimed at tackling growth in Welsh medium education, surplus places, and expansion of schools and colleges in areas of increased demand for education services.
Announcements on individual Band B projects will be made in conjunction with local authorities in due course.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams says it's the 'largest investment' in schools and colleges in Wales.
Band A of the Programme will conclude in 2019 after a £1.4bn spend over five-years.
The second wave of investment, Band B, will comprise two funding streams; one using traditional capital, and one using revenue funding, via a new form of Public Private Partnership called the Mutual Investment Model (MIM).