The recently announced BBC Wales’ new drama village will be known as Roath Lock. The name was revealed as part of a topping-out ceremony to mark completion of the building shell in Cardiff Bay. At the ceremony for the new studio complex in Cardiff, BBC Cymru Wales Director Menna Richards paid tribute to those working together to deliver the new project. “It’s exactly 12 months since we confirmed our plans to build a drama centre in Cardiff Bay,” she said. “There’s still a lot more work to do, but once completed, Roath Lock studios will become a focal point for the creative industries in Wales – brimming with energy and talent – and we are all extremely proud to be a part of the project.” She praised the partnership between the assembly government, Cardiff council and igloo Regeneration – as well as the construction team from Vinci. Hardscape supplied Neland Kessel Red Multi clay pavers and Kellen Lavaro concrete kerbs covering most of the area surrounding the studios.