Shape and size, function and flexibility, connectivity and cost... property requirements can be complex. For that reason, our priority is to understand exactly what your business requires, and work with you to find the right solution.
Whether you’re seeking land for a bespoke build, an existing building that’s ready to occupy or premises with the potential for future expansion, we’ll help you find a new home for your business. And the advantages of moving to Wales can be significant: Grade-A office space can cost less than 50 per cent of the London average, and operating costs are low.
If you already have a location or a type of building in mind, or want to get an idea of what is currently available, the Business Wales Property Database is an invaluable resource. It includes a wide range of commercial land and property types available for sale and rent throughout Wales. You can search by property size, tenure and type, including:
- Office accommodation
- Industrial/warehouse space
- Commercial land available for development
- Properties within Enterprise Zones
The details are updated regularly by property owners, commercial agents and the public sector across Wales.
The Business Wales Property Database includes information provided by third-party/private-sector contributors. Marketing information including brochures on the Business Wales Property Database is held in the language provided to us. Search results will therefore reflect this.
Wales is home to eight Enterprise Zones, each with a focus on particular industry sectors. All of them provide additional business benefits, including:
- A range of financial incentives, including some of the highest levels of grant aid in the UK
- Accelerated planning processes
- A working environment that’s tailored to your needs
- A skilled workforce and commercially focused academics
- Enterprise Zones prioritised for Next Generation Broadband
- Excellent transport links and access to markets
- Competitive property and salary costs
- Private sector-led Zone Boards that directly advise the Welsh Government and ministers
Discover more about our eight Enterprise Zones on their dedicated pages below.
Explore our Enterprise Zones
Where major projects are driving the growth of world-class low carbon power generation.
An on-site international airport with a focus on aerospace, defence, automotive, manufacturing and engineering.
A thriving financial and professional services district located in the closest capital city to London.
Home to cutting edge manufacturing and one of the highest concentrations of manufacturing jobs in the UK.
A prime manufacturing site in Wales’ industrial heartland with easy access to key manufacturing hubs in the UK.
Longstanding energy heritage and diversity and innovation across a range of sectors at the heart of the UK’s only coastal National Park.
With access to a deep water harbour, and excellent rail and road links this location is home to businesses is advanced materials and manufacturing, energy and environment and construction.
Two truly unique sites combining their natural assets with heritage to offer the ideal environment for low carbon, ICT or aerospace-related businesses.
The Welsh Government was fantastic and helped us to find a bigger site in South Wales. We now have a long-term commitment to Port Talbot.Freudenberg
When we approached them [the Welsh Government] with plans to build a new state-of-the-art headquarters, they facilitated the move by helping us dispose of our old offices. And they have supported our business from the very start and been receptive to our ideas.Moneypenny
As a location to make a fast start to do industrial style activities, the infrastructure is all there.Aston Martin
Finding a central location so that we could take advantage of everything that Cardiff had to offer was also a key consideration when selecting Wales and Cardiff. With many of our clients and partners located in the South East of England, having fast, reliable transport links to London has been a major advantage.Alert Logic