JOB | Legal Secretary

Kingsley Associates are working with a highly successful, industry leading property developers with an outstanding reputation who have an exciting new position in their in-house legal team.

HSE prosecutes firm over burns incident

A Flintshire-based gardening company has been fined £23,000 after an employee suffered burns while using a cigarette lighter to set fire to a pile of giant hogweed doused with petrol.

Former hotel site homes gain approval

Simon Donohue

Planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has secured consent from Gwynedd Council for the construction of 13 homes on the site of the former Harbour Hotel in Abersoch, North Wales.

HOW wins appeal for Wrexham warehouse

Simon Donohue

A planning inspector has granted permission for a 400,000 sq ft warehouse building on a greenfield site on the edge of Wrexham Industrial estate following an appeal.

Developer fined after worker seriously injured

A property company in Powys has been fined after a contractor suffered major internal injuries when he fell through a floor and was hit by a falling concrete slab.

Builder jailed after collapsed wall kills toddler

A builder has been sentenced to two years in prison after being convicted of gross negligence manslaughter in the case of a three-year-old girl who was killed when a substandard wall collapsed on top of her.

Watkin Jones fined £450,000 over death fall

The North Wales building contractor was ordered on Thursday at Mold Crown Court to pay a significant fine and costs after a worker fell through a roof while working on the construction of the Menai Centre in Bangor.