18 June 2010
Regeneration specialist finds housebuilders increasingly keen for deals
There has been a new letting at the St David’s centre in Cardiff
Schroders is to open an incubator store for young designers at its 170,000sq ft Mermaid Quay scheme in Cardiff
In a sign of the times, RO Developments aims to build practical and affordable space to suit the needs of local research and development occupiers
Banks tie our hands as big boys price us out the market
Toboggan slide and adventure playground to join shops at Festival Park
Cardiff’s Central Hotel is a phoenix from the flames
The only shopping centre to have opened in the UK this year is 80% let
A huge part of the public sector property portfolio that is under scrutiny in Wales is the 14m sq ft occupied by the NHS
Develica has appointed Smith Price and EJ Hales to search for tenants for its Blackwood Gate Retail Park
Public accounts committee chairman’s “shock” at public property spending
New images of how a £13bn Defence Training College at St Athan in Wales will look have been revealed today.
Turley Associates, planning and urban design consultancy, has opened a new office in Cardiff to support and build on its existing work in Wales.
Welsh public sector land and buildings are in poor condition, breach health and safety requirements, and fail on value for money, Wales’s public service watchdog has said.
7 May 2010
"After a spate of larger deals in Q4, take-up fell back sharply to 32,000 sq ft in Q1, consisting entirely of secondary and tertiary transactions.
Conygar Investment Company has won planning consent for a 130,000 sq ft industrial and office development in Wales.
23 April 2010
The Joint European Support for Sustainable Investment in City Areas (JESSICA) arrived in Wales last month
If Chester is granted World Heritage status, winning planning consents could become even more difficult to secure
On 7 April, Conygar Investment Company was expecting to receive planning consent for its £11m scheme in Parc Cybi, on the outskirts of Holyhead in north Wales
Next month Kevin McCabe’s Scarborough Development Group expects to receive planning consent for a £25m retail-led scheme (pictured) in Congleton
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