WYLFA NEWYDD 2017

Work set to stop on Anglesey’s £20bn Wylfa Newydd

Hitachi, the developer behind the Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant on Anglesey, looks set to put the £20bn scheme on hold following a meeting next week, according to reports in the Japanese media.

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Warehouse consent seals Staycold move

Pochin’s has received planning approval from Flintshire County Council to build a 33,500 sq ft unit at Hawarden Business Park, to house commercial refrigeration supplier Staycold.

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Resi plans lodged in Wrexham

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Hindle Property Investments has put forward a proposal for 13 apartments with two ground floor retail units in The Markets area of Wrexham town centre, in a scheme designed by Studio KMA.

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Hilton signs up at Surf Snowdonia

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Wales’ first Hilton Garden Inn is set to open at Surf Snowdonia, where the hospitality giant will operate a 106-bed hotel, as part of a £16m investment in the adventure park.

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SITE VISIT | Conwy Council HQ with Muse

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Conwy Council, Muse, and Bowmer & Kirkland have completed a flagship headquarters in Colwyn Bay in what is said to be the largest development of its type in North Wales. Place North West took a tour of the building with development manager Muse and the council to find out why it will be a “game-changer” for Conwy.

Surf Snowdonia Activity Centre

Green light for Surf Snowdonia expansion

Plans for an activity centre and 106-bedroom hotel at the Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc can proceed after Conwy Council’s planning committee gave a “minded to approve” verdict yesterday.

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LGIM sells Deeside site for £8m development

Maple Grove Developments and Trebor Developments have submitted a planning application for an 87,000 sq ft scheme at Deeside Industrial Estate after purchasing the site from Legal & General Investment Management.

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Muse nears completion on Colwyn Bay office

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Developer Muse and contractor Bowmer & Kirkland are set to hand over a 100,000 sq ft headquarters for Conwy Council in early October, while proposals to redevelop the town’s grade two-listed Civic Centre are currently being drawn up.