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Property News December 6, 2021

New employment opportunities as major Mid Wales office development acquired

A major office development in Mid Wales has been acquired by new owners who plan to help stem the shortage of good quality administrative offices in the region.


St David’s Business Centre in Newtown, Powys, has been purchased for an undisclosed amount and accommodation will now be let through the region’s leading estate and letting agents, Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd.


The new owners are committed to investing in the town centre property has its own onsite maintenance and management team focussed on providing a full service to tenants.


The office development, known as St David’s House, is close to Newtown Railway Station, and offers high quality accommodation over three floors, with single offices, office suites, and open plan areas ranging from as little as 140sq ft and 2,000sq ft,


Shortage of good quality office space such as St David's

“Historically, there has been a shortage of good quality office accommodation in Mid Wales. Larger and more modern office facilities such as St David’s House are few and far between,” said Huw Evans of MMP/NL.


“The property is currently home to a range of national and local organisations operating in the care, education, training, financial, housing and legal sectors. With the onsite managed facility this is a prime site for businesses and organisations looking for a prominent address in Wales with good access to the Midlands, South and North Wales.”


The offices are just a few minutes walk from the town’s railway station which links to the Midlands, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, London and the North West of England, as well as to the coast at Aberystwyth.




Good road and rail links

The main A483 trunk road also provides good communications throughout Wales and into the Midlands.


Each office has full fibre broadband connectivity, perimeter trunking, carpets, gas central heating, communal kitchen facilities and allocated parking.


“The offices can be adapted for tenants, including those looking to expand their tenancy. The accommodation is designed to be flexible to meet the needs of sole traders, small or medium-sized businesses or regional hubs. This style of office accommodation is quite limited in the region,” added Huw.


More details about St David’s House can be obtained from Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd by telephoning 01686 626160 or email Or visit




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