COVID-19 UPDATE: It is important that we follow official guidelines to minimise the risk from COVID-19, so we would ask you to bear with us during these unprecedented times. We are now welcoming clients back to the office for in-person meetings where necessary, but we are still able to meet by telephone or video call. Please also ensure you are wearing a face mask if you come to visit us in the office, in line with Welsh Assembly guidelines.
Changes to renting homes in Wales

Changes to renting homes in Wales

In July 2022 the Welsh Government are introducing changes to the way properties will be rented. The Renting Homes Act 2016 is set to change how properties are rented, managed and lived in in Wales. It affects both the social and private rented sectors. Who will be...
Knot again!

Knot again!

Japanese Knotweed has been back in the media lately. An invasive plant notoriously difficult to get rid of. It was originally introduced into the UK by the Victorians as an ornamental plant. It was then used to strengthen structures such as railway embankments and...
Pay less notices

Pay less notices

Payment in the construction industry has been a hot-topic for many years. Whether it’s payment between employer and main contractor, or among main contractors and subcontractors, the chance of a dispute remains higher in construction than it does in most industries. A...