Commercial Property in Wales
If you’re searching for commercial property for sale or rent in Wales, MOVEHUT is here to help. To find commercial property in the Welsh city or town of your choice, simply navigate though the counties to your destination. We have commercial property available right now in a variety of locations and categories. With MOVEHUT, finding an office in Cardiff or a warehouse in Swansea couldn’t be easier. So start your search for commercial property in Wales with MOVEHUT today and you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.
Commercial Property to Rent in Wales
WWhether you want to rent a commercial property in North Wales or on the South Wales waterfront, MOVEHUT has a great selection to choose from. You will find shops to rent in Wrexham and Swansea and industrial units in Bangor and Newport. Whatever type of commercial property you’re searching for in Wales, MOVEHUT will help you find what you're looking for in the location of your choice.
Commercial Property to Buy in Wales
If you're searching for a commercial property to buy in Wales, you're sure to find what you’re looking for with MOVEHUT. Our listings include commercial property for sale in locations throughout Wales and in all categories. If you're looking for a retail property in Port Talbot or a leisure property in Llandudno, you’ll find a huge selection available in these locations and elsewhere. So if you want the best choice of commercial property for sale in Wales, begin your search with MOVEHUT right now.
Popular Towns and Cities for Commercial Property in Wales
In Wales, the Welsh Assembly is committed to providing the right environment and infrastructure to build a prosperous future. This makes Wales an increasingly popular location for business. At MOVEHUT we have commercial properties for sale or rent in towns and cities in the North, Mid Wales, the South East and the South West. So whatever location you prefer, you’ll find the commercial property you’re searching for at MOVEHUT.
Cardiff commercial property
Cardiff is the capital and the largest city in Wales. It offers a range of cultural attractions, quality shopping and leisure pursuits. It is a vibrant business location with a robust commercial property market.
Swansea commercial property
Swansea is a waterfront city and a vibrant cultural centre. It is also a regional retail hub. Swansea is a great place to live and work and is a popular choice among businesses seeking commercial property in South West Wales.
Newport commercial property
Newport is strategically located on the border with England and has excellent transport links. It has a broad based economy, with traditional industries sitting alongside new technologies and financial services. Newport has a range of offices and other commercial properties available to rent or buy.
Bangor commercial property
Bangor is a university city in North Wales. It is one of the smallest cities in the UK and an ideal base for exploring Snowdonia. Bangor is one of the principle shopping centres in North Wales, with a range of national and local outlets. If you're searching for commercial property in North Wales, Bangor is an ideal location.
Barry commercial property
Barry is a seaside town in the Vale of Glamorgan, whose attractions include the iconic Barry Island Pleasure Park. It is a port and manufacturing town with industrial commercial property concentrated around the dock area. Other popular categories include retail and leisure.
Cwmbran commercial property
Cwmbran is a relatively new town, established in 1949 in South East Wales. Over the years, the town has undergone significant change and expansion. Manufacturing remains an important provider of employment, but new retail and leisure developments have added to Cwmbran's commercial property stock.
Llanelli commercial property
Llanelli is a coastal town close to Swansea, and is famous for its rugby tradition. It has a history of coal mining and manufacturing, particularly of tin. Today it remains a manufacturing town, largely supplying the automotive industry. Alongside industrial property, retail is a popular commercial property category in Llanelli.
Neath commercial property
Neath is a town in the area of Neath Port Talbot. Its location along the M4 corridor provides excellent transport links with London and South East England, making it an ideal area in which to locate a business. With a mixture of manufacturing and service industries, there is a diverse choice of commercial property in Neath.
Wrexham commercial property
Wrexham is the largest town in North Wales and lies close to the English border. It is a major commercial, retail and educational centre. Wrexham is rated highly for business start-up success and has an excellent choice of commercial property available. This includes industrial, office, land and retail properties to suit all business types.
Bridgend commercial property
Bridgend is a town in South Wales with a history of coal mining. In the past couple of decades it has expanded dramatically and recent redevelopment of the riverside area has vastly improved the town. This regeneration has also seen an increase in commercial property provision in Neath, particularly in the retail property category.
Commercial property categories in Wales
At MOVEHUT we list commercial property to rent or buy in Wales in a variety of categories. You can view the categories below:
- Businesses for Sale
- Meeting Rooms
- Serviced Office
History of Wales
Wales is a devolved country of the UK sharing a border with England. It is a largely mountainous country, as demonstrated by the Valleys and Snowdonia National Park. It also has miles of beautiful coastline, making Wales a major tourist destination. Preserved counties of Wales include Mid-Glamorgan, Gwynedd and Gwent.
The population of Wales is around 3 million, with the highest population centres found in South Wales. These include the vibrant commercial centres of the capital Cardiff and Swansea.
Wales has a strong sense of history and identity and the Welsh language is widely spoken. Welsh is one of Europe’s oldest languages and is the first language in many areas, particularly in the North and West. Among the legends associated with Wales are those of King Arthur and Merlin. Perhaps as a result of this, Pembrokeshire has long been known as the land of magic and enchantment.
The economy of Wales historically depended on copper, coal, iron and tin. Since the decline of these industries, business in Wales has diversified. The Welsh Assembly has a strategy designed to transform Wales into a dynamic modern economy by attracting inward investment and supporting growth.