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Property Types: Business Centre • Office Space • Workshops •

Priority Facilities: 24 hour CCTV monitoring • Major transport links • Meeting Rooms • Parking • RegusNet high speed internet access •

Businesses seeking a foothold in Caerphilly and south Wales will find a choice of workspace available from a day to long term, as well as workshop units, at this business centre on the Western Industrial Estate outside the town. Tourism joins the rural economy in providing a vital economic boost to Caerphilly, which hosts the National Urdd Eisteddfod Welsh language festival each year. The town is in the middle of a regeneration strategy that includes several new business quarters and educational improvements, opening further opportunities for developing businesses. Caerphilly is a busy commuter town for Cardiff and Newport and the business centre benefits from being just a mile from the railway station.

Property Types: Business Centre • Office Space • Workshops •

Priority Facilities: 24 hour CCTV monitoring • Major transport links • Meeting Rooms • Parking • RegusNet high speed internet access •

With its ‘very good’ BREEAM rating, this business centre at Leominster Enterprise Park is ideal for any company trying to minimise energy usage and its carbon footprint. The offices and workshops lie a short distance from Leominster town centre in the north of Herefordshire, which is accessed from the A49. The pretty town, with its medieval black and white buildings and one of England’s last ducking stools, is mainly home to small businesses, including shops, pubs, and cafes, and of course antique stores. It’s famed for its many fine art, auctions and sales rooms.