Wales Property News

All the latest property news from Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Wrexham and throughout Wales.

St David's Shopping Centre in Cardiff

Calvin Klein Underwear unveils first Welsh store for St David's

19 September 2017

The St David’s Partnership has announced Calvin Klein Underwear has signed for its first-ever Welsh standalone store at the Cardiff shopping centre to open this autumn.

Queens Arcade_Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons takes first Welsh store

4 September 2017

Tim Hortons, the Canadian coffee shop which is currently expanding into the UK, has taken its first store in Wales at the Queens Arcade in Cardiff.


MG motors into Cardiff for first regional boutique

1 September 2017

Iconic British car brand MG is to launch its first retail boutique experience outside London at St David’s mall in Cardiff in early September.

St David's Shopping Centre in Cardiff

Oliver Bonas makes Welsh debut

30 August 2017

British lifestyle retailer Oliver Bonas has announced plans to open its first store in Wales at St David’s shopping centre in Cardiff.

Matrix Beta

NHS Wales deal brings Swansea scheme to fully let

11 August 2017

Public Health Wales and NHS Shared Services has signed for a 28,500 sq ft lease at the Matrix Beta office building on Swansea Enterprise Park.


Crosslane secures double PBSA consent in Swansea & Edinburgh

9 August 2017

Crosslane has secured planning consent to deliver purpose-built student accommodation developments in Swansea and Edinburgh.

Cardiff Central Square GPU

L&G and Rightacres secure largest-ever Cardiff pre-let to GPU

8 August 2017

Legal & General (L&G) and Rightacres have completed the largest ever office leasing deal in Wales with the Government Property Unit signing for a 25-year lease on 265,976 sq ft of office space at Central Square.

Havens Head Retail Park LondonMetric

Port of Milford Haven makes retail park acquisition from LondonMetric

4 August 2017

LondonMetric has sold its retail park in Pembrokeshire at book value to the Port of Milford Haven for £15.3m.



Wales ERDF money

How will the Welsh economy fare without EU funds?

Go for a drive in the Welsh countryside and you’ll start to notice something on the road signs - clusters of yellow stars in orderly circles.

Llanelli wellness village

Llanelli wellness village could bring prosperity to the Valleys

When Emlyn Dole took over as leader of Carmarthenshire council in 2015 he had one word on his mind - regeneration. The county and the region needed a boost to break out of a vicious cycle of job losses, brain drain and underinvestment. Development was going to be key.

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