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£50m to bring empty homes back to life

The National Empty Homes Grant scheme, that will run over the next two years, has been developed to build on the success of previous Welsh Government initiatives like the Valleys Taskforce Empty Homes Grant. The National Empty Homes Scheme could see up to 2,000 long-term empty properties brought back into use. This scheme will run alongside with […]

Posted by: Mya Driver

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£7bn Tidal Lagoon project in Wales takes step forward

A major new renewables energy generation project off the Welsh coast has the support of Denbighshire Councillors. Off the coast of Conwy and Denbighshire the scheme would involve a 19-mile barrage with underwater turbines changing able to change the tide. The scheme has been touted by a private sector company, who remain unnamed, but the […]

Posted by: Nathan Spencer

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Aviva Investors provides financing towards construction of first school under Welsh 21st century schools programme

Aviva Investors, the global asset management business of Aviva plc (‘Aviva’), announces it has completed an investment which will see it provide all senior debt financing towards the construction of the first school as part of the Welsh 21st Century Schools and Colleges Programme. The investment has been made by Aviva Investors on behalf of […]

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JR Capital and Chancerygate’s £100m multi-let industrial property fund makes final 5 acquisitions

JR Capital and Chancerygate’s £100m multi-let industrial property investment fund has acquired five assets for a combined value of more than £16m. The deals mark the conclusion of the fund’s acquisitions boosting its portfolio of industrial space to 24 assets comprising 150 units totalling 1,050,000 sq ft on sites ranging from Dundee to Exeter. The […]

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Merthyr Council purchase St Tydfil Shopping Centre as part of 15-year town masterplan

Lawyers from the Hugh James Commercial Property team have been advising Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council on the purchase of the town’s indoor shopping centre – which will play a major role in the authority’s 15-year town centre ‘Masterplan’. The Council has purchased St Tydfil Shopping Centre from German property investment company Patrizia. The semi-covered […]

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Planning Application Is Granted – Festival Park, Ebbw Vale

Mercia Real Estate (MRE) has been given the go head for their application to change use of the former Festival Park shopping mall, Ebbw Vale. Planning has been secured to change the use of the former shopping mall into an employment led business centre, including demolition of a small number of the existing units and […]

Posted by: Mya Driver

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