Shaftesbury Street, Newport

Shaftesbury Street, Newport

New development opportunities are available in the City of Newport, and we are keen to use our expertise in assisting new partners with ideas and vision to create further wealth and prosperity for the area. A key freehold strategic development site is situated in Shaftesbury Street – home of a former Sainsbury’s supermarket. It totals 6.65 acres (2.69 hectares), and occupies a highly prominent position at the entry to Newport, on the northern edge of the City Centre.

St. Modwen Park, Newport

St. Modwen Park, Newport

Strategically located at the gateway to South Wales, St. Modwen Park Newport features 460,000 sq. ft. of premium logistics and industrial space, and is already home to the likes of Amazon, Genpower and Mitel. A further 25 acres of the Park has been prepared and is available for the development of a further c.650,000 sq. ft.

Porthcawl Hotel Development Site

Porthcawl is a high performing tourism economy in the Cardiff Capital Region, attracting over a million people every year to the area. The towns seaside location acts as a magnet for visitors, attracted by the natural beauty, water sports and outdoor recreation opportunities. There is a particularly strong golf tourism market with three golf courses within close proximity to Porthcawl, including the Royal Porthcawl which has strong potential to host an Open Championship event in the coming years.

Pontypridd Town Centre

This is an exciting development opportunity on land within public ownership in the major town of Pontypridd, just 12 miles from Cardiff. The town will benefit from 24 trains an hour as part of the South Wales Metro investment.

Northern Gateway, Newport

Northern Gateway, Newport

Located around the City Centre mainline railway station, the Northern Gateway area of Newport is a hot spot for investment and regeneration.

Merthyr Tydfil

Merthyr Tydfil

Merthyr Tydfil is strategically located adjacent to the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, with direct rail access to the wider Cardiff Capital Region, the M4 and home to key tourism assets such as Bike Park Wales.

Llanilid

Llanilid

Llanilid is a highly accessible, large scale reclaimed former open cast mine covering 272ha centrally located in Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) within the Cardiff Capital Region (CCR). The opportunity exists to regenerate the site through the delivery of an exemplar mixed-use development that will be among the largest and most ambitious within the CCR.

International Sports Village

International Sports Village

International Sports Village (ISV) comprises a 36-hectare site located on a prime peninsula waterfront site at the heart of Cardiff Bay.

Howells

Howells

Howells is one of Cardiff’s most iconic buildings, located in the very heart of Cardiff city centre, occupying a prime site of approximately 1.7 acres. The developer, Thackeray Group, has recently launched the constituent parts of the scheme, known as The Percy, The Walter, The Bethany and The Hayes @ Howells to market.

Crown Buildings Newport

Crown Buildings Newport

Crown Building is situated in the centre of Newport. The property occupies a prominent position on Chepstow Road on the convergence with Corporation Road, Church Road, Clarence Place and East Usk Road.

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