Wales Property News

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

Robert Ware

Conygar writes off Pembroke Dock investment

16 December 2016

Conygar has written off its £4.8m investment in Pembroke Dock in Wales after increased construction costs made the marina development project unviable.

Aston Martin's new production facility in St Athan, South Wales

L&G backs Aston Martin’s first Welsh production facility

14 December 2016

Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets has backed Aston Martin’s new manufacturing facility in South Wales.

Welsh housing

Repossessions by private landlords in Wales down by 26%

14 December 2016

Claims made by private sector landlords to repossess properties in Wales have fallen by 26% over the past two years.

Friars Walk shopping centre, Newport, Wales

Sale of Friars Walk back on at heavily discounted price

24 November 2016

The sale of Friars Walk shopping centre in Newport, Wales, to Canadian property management firm Talisker Corporation is back on at a heavily reduced price after negotiations broke down earlier this year.

Glossop Road

Cardiff councillors approve £75m student housing scheme

15 November 2016

Mace Developments has secured planning permission for a £75m student accommodation scheme in Cardiff.

CardiffUniversity InnovationCentral SiteEntranceMaindyRoad

Green light for £300m Cardiff Innovation Campus

14 November 2016

The latest phase of Cardiff University’s £300m Innovation Campus has been approved by city planners.

Kenfig Industrial Estate

Double letting at Port Talbot estate

26 October 2016

The Cardiff office of Cushman & Wakefield has secured two successive lettings at Kenfig Industrial Estate in Port Talbot to Clarity Copiers Glamorgan and SED Conveyors.

Clayton Hotel, Cardiff

Dalata buys Cardiff hotel for £24m

26 October 2016

Dalata Hotel Group has bought Rush (Central), which holds the freehold interest of the Clayton Hotel in Cardiff, for £24m.



St Athan’s former RAF super-hangar

Regional spotlight: Wales

Despite reassurances from UK government, the looming loss of EU funding is dampening the industrial market.


Government 'hub' search gives Cardiff a boost

Cardiff’s office market has received a boost from a new UK government requirement that could total as much as 465,000 sq ft in the city, as part of plans to develop regional hubs.

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