Wales supplement 2006

Property Week

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  • Capital pains

    Wales supplement 2006

    Cardiff is finally attracting speculative development. But will the Welsh Assembly’s plans undermine the city’s office market?

  • Cardiff's man of steel

    Wales supplement 2006

    Cardiff’s controversial former council leader Russell Goodway has strong views on the development going on today.

  • Civil engineering

    Wales supplement 2006

    The relocation of civil servants from Cardiff could bring a sea change for Aberystwyth.

  • Coal comfort

    Wales supplement 2006

    Macob Developments is restoring Cardiff’s Coal Exchange to its former glory for flats and business tenants.

  • Crane crash at New Street Square

    19 October 2006

    A crane has crashed at the Land Securities New Street Square site in the City

  • Housing in the pipeline

    Wales supplement 2006

    Milford Haven’s reincarnation as a liquefied natural gas terminal is fuelling Thornsett’s housebuilding ambitions.

  • Premier blend

    Wales supplement 2006

    Cardiff City Football Club has high hopes of gaining consent for a retail park in Leckwith that would underwrite a new stadium.

  • Right up their valley

    Wales supplement 2006

    A film studio, theme park, business park and housing ... will south Wales’s valleys receive such a big change of scenery?

  • Run of the mill no more

    Wales supplement 2006

    St Modwen is confident it can transform Newport’s Llanwern steelworks into a new town.

  • Smart money

    Wales supplement 2006

    Having created £50m of industrial developments in five years, Cardiff firm JR Smart is now having to look further afield.

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    Wales supplement 2006

  • Welsh independence

    Wales supplement 2006

    Swansea Waterfront is being developed with a minimum of outside funding.

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