The company which will use a new superfast computing centre to be built near Wroughton in Burderop is confirmed as internet commerce giant Amazon.

Although the application to build the new data centre, knocking down two disused older computer halls in the process, was put in by US-based shell company Mullhaven Properties LLC, the agreement for payments to Swindon Borough Council as part of the agreement is with Amazon Data Services UK.

That's the company's computing and internet service arm, which provides cloud computing to companies and individuals across the country.

And Euclid Street will be better off thanks to the agreement. Amazon will pay £120,000 to improve biodiversity and the environment away from its site in Burderop, and £15,000 to pay for improvements to the roads in the borough.

The new development is expected to create 50 long-term jobs

Amazon will use the warehouse being built at Symmetry Park south of the A420.