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UK’s fourth national radiology academy opens in Wales

UK’s fourth national radiology academy opens in Wales

Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething has today (11 February 2019) marked the official opening of the National Imaging Academy Wales by visiting the Pencoed facility to meet…

CAAV fellowship exam is like no other

CAAV fellowship exam is like no other

The process of becoming a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) is stringent and challenging, and the exam is like no other. Rhian Howells, Senior Surveyor with…

Key court ruling in favour of telecoms rights of access

Key court ruling in favour of telecoms rights of access

The first case to be decided by the Lands Tribunal since the new Electronic Communications Code came into effect at the end of 2017, has determined that telecoms operators have…

Resolution of dilapidations disputes in court of law stressful and expensive

Resolution of dilapidations disputes in court of law stressful and expensive

When all else fails, the final place to resolve a dilapidations matter is in a court of law. This process however can be very expensive, stressful and disproportionate to the…

Cooke & Arkwright aids Greggs in ambitious growth strategy

Cooke & Arkwright aids Greggs in ambitious growth strategy

Cooke & Arkwright helped Greggs bolster its presence in Wales during 2018 by sourcing and securing nine new units, collectively creating over a 100 new jobs. All stores underwent a…

Cardiff law firm takes 30,000 sq ft in new Cardiff city centre offices

Cardiff law firm takes 30,000 sq ft in new Cardiff city centre offices

Advised by Cooke & Arkwright, law firm Geldards is to move its Cardiff headquarters to brand new offices under construction at Capital Quarter. Currently based at Dumfries Place, the law…

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