Seasalt and Joules open at Oyster Wharf, Mumbles

7 November 2017

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Seasalt and Joules have opened within the former Co-op which has been developed as part of the Oyster Wharf scheme in Mumbles, one of Wales’ most famous seaside destinations. Overlooking Swansea Bay, the £5.5m mixed use seafront regeneration scheme by Nextcolour Developments has seen the rejuvenation of the historic Art Deco Tivoli building and adjoining shopping arcades. Leisure operators at the fully occupied scheme are Croeso Lounge, Prezzo, Le Bistrot Pierre and rooftop restaurant La Parrilla.

Cooke & Arkwright’s Retail & Leisure Agency acted for the landlord in securing pre-lets to Seasalt and Joules when the former Co-op premises were being converted into two retail units. Surveyor Ian Newbury said, “It’s a great location and Seasalt and Joules provide a real boost to the retail mix in Mumbles. The restaurants at Oyster Wharf also make a great contribution to the leisure scene and the whole development is attracting more visitors to the area.”

Cooke & Arkwright’s Property Management team are retained as managing agents for the Oyster Wharf scheme.

E J Hales advised Joules on the acquisition.

Cooke & Arkwright have provided independent property consultancy services to the College for a number of years. This advice has included property valuations and negotiation around property acquisition and disposal, rent reviews and the preparation and negotiation of the College’s farm business tenancy agreement. The College has consistently received an excellent and professional service from Cooke & Arkwright and their valuable support to the College is recognised and appreciated.

Bob Bates, Director, Coleg Gwent