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National fashion retailer creates 30 jobs as it opens its doors in Tenby

National fashion retailer creates 30 jobs as it opens its doors in Tenby

Nation-wide fashion retailer M&Co has opened its doors to customers in Tenby. M&Co announced it had agreed a lease with family-run T.P. Hughes to occupy its 10,000 sq ft property…

Cooke & Arkwright win Agency Team of the Year 2017

Cooke & Arkwright win Agency Team of the Year 2017

Cooke & Arkwright have been recognised as the Agency Team of the Year at the Insider Wales Property Awards 2017, just a few months after being named by Estates Gazette…

The path to Chartered Building Surveyor status

The path to Chartered Building Surveyor status

George Watts has been a surveyor with Cooke & Arkwright’s Building Consultancy for almost three years. He passed his Assessment of Professional Competence in June, becoming a Chartered Building Surveyor…

Deganwy Marina for sale on behalf of The Crown Estate

Deganwy Marina for sale on behalf of The Crown Estate

One of the finest and most modern marinas in North Wales is being offered for sale by The Crown Estate. Deganwy Marina on the beautiful Conwy Estuary is fully equipped…

New ruling on valuation of museums opens door to challenge rating assessments

New ruling on valuation of museums opens door to challenge rating assessments

The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) has recently published its decision in the case of Hughes (VO) V York Museum and Gallery Trust. The case related to the rating assessments of…

‘Tortuous system’ designed to reduce appeals

‘Tortuous system’ designed to reduce appeals

Businesses, leading rating practitioners and the Rating Surveyors Association (RSA) are mounting a vociferous campaign against the Valuation Office Agency’s (VOA) Check, Challenge, Appeal (CCA) portal, a new system introduced…

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