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CENTRAL MARKET   Vacant Stall – TO LET Stall 65/67

CENTRAL MARKET Vacant Stall – TO LET Stall 65/67

Cardiff Council invites expressions of interest from individuals wishing to lease a stall in Cardiff Central Market.
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40 Abergele Road – Retail Unit – To Let

40 Abergele Road – Retail Unit – To Let

The property is the end unit of the retail parade, with neighbouring retail unit on one side and delivery access roller shutter to the other. A single storey brick building constructed in 2007, internally configured as a fast food take away retail space with kitchen at the rear of the unit including WC and storage. Shared access corridor at the rear and off-street parking available to the front of the parade.
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Mynachdy Building, Radyr Place – Community Asset Transfer

Mynachdy Building, Radyr Place – Community Asset Transfer

Where local groups own or manage their own buildings , it may help promote a sense of belonging in the community . It also brings people for m different backgrounds together to work towards a shared goal, allowing them the opportunity to use the asset to secure its viability / sustainability and that of the community.
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TO LET  – Florist Shop – Thornhill Crematorium

TO LET – Florist Shop – Thornhill Crematorium

Property is a single storey brick building with a flat roof. Internally the property is made up of retail space and a storage room. The unit adjoins a visitor car park.
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Open Monday to Saturdays, 8am until 5.30pm

Cardiff Market ( also known as Central Market ) can be found in the middle of Cardiff’s vibrant and exciting City centre. There are two entrances; one found from St. Mary Street, with the other entrance being located at Trinity Street, near St. John’s Church. The Trinity Street entrance is a pedestrian location with landscaping and seats for shoppers to use to take a relaxing break from a busy shopping day in the Capital.

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