Commercial Property in Vale of Glamorgan

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Cooke and Arkwright

Bayer Lodge Western Avenue, Bridgend, CF31 3TZ.

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Cooke & Arkwright is one of the leading firms of Chartered Surveyors in Wales. The practice has played a principal role in the Welsh property market and been integral to its development, providing professional advice and commercial property services for over 100 years.

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Vale of Glamorgan Property News

RBS hoping to make it's money back on £140 million Grosvenor Crescent loan
RBS has moved billions of pounds of bad commercial property loans off of its loan books and on to the books of its in house property business called West Register. In doing this it turns a liability into an asset on it's books, and this is key to RBS boss Stephen Hester's recovery plan, as he now se...
Henry Boot FY 2011 sales down 13% in slower market.
Henry Boot, the Sheffield-based developer and land dealer, reported pre-tax profits down 15% at £16.1 million from last year, on turnover down 13% to £114.6 million. Henry Boot was forced to make write-downs on development sites, including Tamworth, Rotherham, Burnley and Rochdale, of &po...
Pub trade in the north hit harder than in the south according to Punch Taverns
Pubs in the north of the UK are struggling in a more difficult trading environment than in the south according to the interim statement today from Punch Taverns covering 16 weeks to the 10th December. LFL sales in northern pubs fell but were almost conterbalanced by southern pubs to produce a net fa...
Thomas Cook to add to High Street woes as 200 shops face axe
Thomas Cook group, the biggest UK travel operator, reporting an operating profit down £58 million on last year to £304 million for the year ended 30 September, is losing money on its 1,300 UK High Street travel shops. As a result it will close 200 under-performing shops where the leases ...
UK commercial property remains an attractive low-risk income choice.
According to IPD, UK Commercial property delivered a total return of 1.9% for the three months to September, capital growth in September remained steady at 0.1%, buoyed by a strong performance in the Central London office and retail markets. Two real life portfolios, whose DTZ appraised values were r...
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