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New figures show 61% year-on-year rise in Cardiff office lettings

New figures show 61% year-on-year rise in Cardiff office lettings

Office space lettings in Cardiff for 2016 are up 61% on the same time last year, according to new figures released by property agents Cooke & Arkwright. According to the…

Devil is in the detail

Devil is in the detail

The draft 2017 Rating List was published on 30th September. The VOA provided a detailed breakdown by region and sector for properties in England. However, Welsh changes were released with…

Surveyor called up to squad for Welsh Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers

Surveyor called up to squad for Welsh Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers

The team for Wales’ 2017 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers this autumn are gearing up for the first qualifying match this Saturday and Cooke & Arkwright Surveyor, Ian Newbury, has…

Flybe to the Capital

Flybe to the Capital

Huw Jones, Associate with Cooke & Arkwright’s Rating department, was keen to try out the new Flybe service from Cardiff to London City Airport while the Severn Tunnel is closed…

Stone barns ripe for courtyard development

Stone barns ripe for courtyard development

An impressive range of stone barns, formerly used as a watermill set near the village of St Brides-super-Ely in the Vale of Glamorgan, is being offered as a prime development…

The clock is ticking - in April 2018, EPCs begin to bite!

The clock is ticking - in April 2018, EPCs begin to bite!

There are significant implications for landlords of commercial and residential properties who do not comply with new energy efficiency standards coming into force on 1st April 2018, including financial penalties,…

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