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Welsh Business News / WelshBiz – Budget, Bugs & Business Rates – A Welsh Property Perspective…

Richard Murphy. Head of Cushman & Wakefield’s Cardiff Office responds to the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak’s 2020 Budget and what it means for Wales: “It …

Welsh Business News / WelshBiz – Budget, Bugs & Business Rates – A Welsh Property Perspective…
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Welsh Property News – Cardiff & Wales Rental values over the last 12 months…

Welsh Property News – Cardiff & Wales Rental values over the last 12 months…

Over the last 12 months, the average rent achieved for properties let in Cardiff was £755 per month.

This is a +4% change on the previous 12 month period.

52% of properties let in the past 12 months were flats, achieving an average rental value of £691 per month.

— Read on mikearmstrong.me/cardiff-wales-rental-values-over-the-last-12-months/

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Can you guess where in Wales is home to Britain’s Property Hot Spot? 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

It may be best known for its giant smoking steelworks but Port Talbot proved to be Britain’s property hot spot last year, figures show.

The industrial town saw average house prices rise by 7.5% during 2019 – almost five times the national average.

Cheap seafront houses and removing the Severn bridge tolls helped fuel the rise, according to estate agents.

Four Welsh towns made the top 10 while Aberdeen, Witney in Oxfordshire, and Woking in Surrey saw the biggest falls.

For 70 years the sprawling steelworks – among the largest in Europe – has dominated the Port Talbot landscape, both aesthetically and economically.

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Port Talbot is Welsh & UK Property Hot Spot!

It may be best known for its giant smoking steelworks but Port Talbot proved to be Britain’s property hot spot last year, figures show.

The industrial town saw average house prices rise by 7.5% during 2019 – almost five times the national average.

Cheap seafront houses and removing the Severn bridge tolls helped fuel the rise, according to estate agents.

Four Welsh towns made the top 10 while Aberdeen, Witney in Oxfordshire, and Woking in Surrey saw the biggest falls.

For 70 years the sprawling steelworks – among the largest in Europe – has dominated the Port Talbot landscape, both aesthetically and economically.

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New Homes in Newport Released For Sale – Business News Wales

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The first homes have now been released for sale at a new housing development at the former Llanwern steelworks site on the edge of Newport.

Cardiff-based Bellway Wales is building 152 new homes at Heron’s Mead, off Queensway, Llanwern.

The development will comprise a range of three and four-bedroom houses, with prices ranging from £239,995.
— Read on businessnewswales.com/new-homes-in-newport-have-now-been-released-for-sale/