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Tangled tendrils of knotweed management

Tangled tendrils of knotweed management

As most landowners, both agricultural and residential will know, knotweed can pose a significant liability and even adversely affect land values. An alien species which is illegal to plant, it…

Evidence to National Assembly’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee on Business Rates

Evidence to National Assembly’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee on Business Rates

Andrew West, Director of Business Rates at Cooke & Arkwright, was recently asked to present expert evidence before the National Assembly’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee on the subject of…

Attractive alternative to government bonds and other fixed incomes

Attractive alternative to government bonds and other fixed incomes

As an eventful 2016 draws to a close, Cooke & Arkwright’s Investment agency team reports that commercial property is continuing to attract strong demand from investors. The build up to…

Key promotions at Cooke & Arkwright

Key promotions at Cooke & Arkwright

Cooke & Arkwright has made a number of strategic promotions on the back of strong growth in 2016, with five key staff being promoted to Director, Associate Director and Associate…

Wales Air Ambulance expansion to support vital service

Wales Air Ambulance expansion to support vital service

Wales Air Ambulance has relocated to new premises of almost 3,000 sq ft at 1-9 College Street in Swansea. The charity was looking for a unit which would provide a…

Cardiff Market facelift brings phoenix back to life

Cardiff Market facelift brings phoenix back to life

Cardiff’s iconic Market building on St Mary Street has been given a facelift after maintenance works were conducted under instruction of Cooke & Arkwright’s Building Consultancy. The Grade II listed…

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