Businesses for sale in Cardiff, Wales
Cardiff's premier boat company currently operating a fleet of three purpose-designed vessels with high potential for adaptation for other uses. With major national government interest in establishing an integrated transport system, this sale offers a unique opportunity to acquire a profitable compan..
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Businesses in adminstraion - distressed businesses
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- Construction of domestic buildings, Wales
- Operation of sports facilities, Wales
- Domestic Cleaning Services, Wales
- Manufacture & Installation of Double Glazing, Wales
- Pet Stores, Wales
Local information: Cardiff, WalesCardiff is the capital city of Wales, as well as being its most populous county, with 321,000 inhabitants. The city came to prominence in the 19th century, as a major port for the transport of coal following the industrial revolution, and was made a city in 1905, becoming the capital in 1955.
Cardiff is Wales' chief commercial centre, as well as being the base for many national cultural and sporting institutions, the centre of the Welsh national media, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales, having undergone a development boom in the 1990s, which gave the city the new Welsh Assembly Building and the Wales Millennium Centre arts complex.
Since local government reorganisation in 1996, Cardiff has been governed by the City and County Council of Cardiff, based at County Hall. Voters elect 75 councillors every four years, and since the 2004 local elections, no individual political party has held a majority.
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