News & Views - 2020
The latest news, events and insights in the Wales property world

Are business rates fit for purpose?

Are business rates fit for purpose?

"It's not responsive enough to movements in economic conditions"

Three Years Post Qualification –  how my role as a surveyor has changed

Three Years Post Qualification –  how my role as a surveyor has changed

George Watts joined Cooke and Arkwright in 2014 and went on to pass his APC in 2017, becoming a Chartered Building Surveyor. George has reflected on how his role has…

Introducing Chris Hyde

Introducing Chris Hyde

In the next of a series of articles introducing members of the Cooke & Arkwright team, we introduce Chris Hyde. Chris is an Associate Director working in the Cooke &…

Supreme Court Decision Confirms ATM Sites in Supermarkets and Convenience Stores are Not Separately Rateable

Supreme Court Decision Confirms ATM Sites in Supermarkets and Convenience Stores are Not Separately Rateable

The Supreme Court issued its long awaited decision on the rateability of ATM sites on Wednesday. The decision agreed with the Court of Appeal that the sites of cash machines…

Brew Monster determined to roar in Cardiff Bay

Brew Monster determined to roar in Cardiff Bay

The owners of Brew Monster are braving the Coronavirus storm and have committed to new premises in Cardiff Bay, which they plan to open as soon as Government restrictions are…

Introducing Jane Shankland

Introducing Jane Shankland

In the first of a series of articles introducing members of the Cooke & Arkwright team, we speak to Jane Shankland. Jane is a director working in the Cooke &…

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