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Wales Torfaen – The Ideal Business Location In Wales


Torfaen is situated in the furthest eastern valley of south Wales, making it easy for businesses to operate on a national and global platform. Whilst offering excellent links to the M4 and M5 motorways and other key road networks, the area also benefits from efficient rail links with stations at both Cwmbran and New Inn/Pontypool. This provides easy access to London and south Wales as well as the Midlands and North West of England.


With Cardiff and Bristol airports just over an hour away, UK and European/International markets are therefore also accessible by air. Torfaen is close to the major cities of Newport and Cardiff, as well as others such as Bristol and Birmingham. The removal of toll charges for the two Severn Bridges is also providing a further improvement for road travel to and from south Wales.


Mamhilad Park Estate, Pontypool / Stad Parc Mamhilad, Pont-y-pŵl


This enviable selection of business properties in the area can be attractively priced too. The result – a potentially positive impact on your bottom line!


Torfaen’s wide choice of commercial accommodation includes:


Ǟ The Springboard Business Innovation Centre ~ Wales based in Llantarnam, Cwmbran which encourages and supports high growth science and technology businesses


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Pontypool Indoor Market / Marchnad Dan Do Pont-y-pŵl


We have a proud heritage of business innovation in the Borough which began with the Industrial Revolution and continues to this day. Nowadays a first class digital infrastructure and connectivity ensures that the global business community is only a click away.


The popular, vibrant and modern town of Cwmbran is situated in the south of Torfaen and at the heart of the valley lies Pontypool. The Blaenavon World Heritage Site sits at the northern most point of Torfaen on the edge of the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park. Just a twenty minute drive away is the market town of Abergavenny, known as the ‘Gateway to Wales’.


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Development opportunities and prime sites for investment Large industrial warehousing and manufacturing sites Small industrial units


The Torfaen Commercial Property Directory is held on the Torfaen Economy & Enterprise website and show’s what’s currently available. It also offers a handy search facility to allow you to quickly match your business to potential new premises. Given the wealth of business accommodation, its strategic location, the availability of a committed, skilled workforce and a strong industrial heritage, Torfaen is one of the most attractive areas to do business in Wales!


High quality office accommodation


Retail premises – ranging from the historic Pontypool Market to large units in Cwmbran Shopping Centre


We’d love to speak to you about bringing your business to Torfaen in 2019


Springboard Business Innovation Centre – Wales / Canolfan Arloesi Busnes Springboard ~ Cymru


Torfaen prides itself on the availability, quality, affordability and choice of commercial property on offer right across the area. Firms of any size and nature can secure suitable and good quality business accommodation here. So whether you’re starting up, moving into or expanding within the area you’ll find the right sort of premises in Torfaen.


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY 2019


Contact the Torfaen Economy and Enterprise Team Telephone: 01633 647800 Email info@southwalesbusiness.co.uk Visit www.southwalesbusiness.co.uk @TorfaenBiz


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