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Property Business News - A Welsh business leader has urged investors to seize the opportunities that have arisen from the current economic upset, if they are to shore up their local economies. Simon Williams, MD of Storage Giant, which has its HQ in Newport, and facilities in Cardiff, Swansea, Llanelli, Cwmbran and throughout the Midlands and M4 corridor, set up his company during the turmoil of recession in 2007.


Investors Must Seize Post-Lockdown Opportunities to Boost Welsh Economy

Property Business News - A restaurant property based in the heart of Cardiff has been bought by a locally-based, private property company in a deal worth circa 640,000. The property in St Mary Street, which is let to Lezzet Turkish Kitchen for a term of 20 years expiring in 2039 at 65,000 per annum, was sold on behalf of a family pension fund.


Restaurant property sale completes in Cardiff

Property Business News - Two site managers for Flintshire-based housebuilder Anwyl Homes have received prestigious National House Building Council NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Awards for their developments in North Wales.


Anwyl wins Pride in the Job awards in North Wales

Property Business News - Following Government confirmation that new build developments in Wales are now permitted to re-open after lockdown, Anwyl Homes is making plans to safely re-open its sales offices and show homes across North Wales on Saturday 27 June.


Anwyl to re-open developments across North Wales

Property Business News - A Newport business leader has urged pundits not to pin the current recession upon the recent pandemic and, he says, savvy firms will have already prepared well for the event.


Welsh Businesses Will Ride Out Recession With Savvy Planning and a Cool Head

Property Business News - The site, on the Queensway Meadows Industrial Estate in Newport, South Wales, has been bought by an unnamed investor. Bromwich Hardy founding partner Tom Bromwich said the excellent location and attractive long-term income potential were key factors in securing the 93,000 sq ft site for his client.


£6million investment deal latest success for Bromwich Hardy

Property Business News - Bromwich Hardy founding partner Tom Bromwich said the new deal for a 1.46 acre site on Deeside Industrial Park had taken his client s portfolio of investment properties to 15 separate sites worth a combined 35million.


£1.9million Deeside deal brings up £35million total








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Property Business News - Bromwich Hardy founding partner Tom Bromwich said the new deal for a 1.46 acre site on Deeside Industrial Park had taken his client s portfolio of investment properties to 15 separate sites worth a combined 35million.


£1.9million Deeside deal brings up £35million total

Property Business News - The site, on the Queensway Meadows Industrial Estate in Newport, South Wales, has been bought by an unnamed investor. Bromwich Hardy founding partner Tom Bromwich said the excellent location and attractive long-term income potential were key factors in securing the 93,000 sq ft site for his client.


£6million investment deal latest success for Bromwich Hardy








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