Property Law


Japanese Knotweed and the new development

Building land is at a premium. Developers are, therefore, turning to sites which have been previously used for other purposes. Some of these have a legacy infestation of the dreaded Japanese Knotweed. This extremely invasive and hardy plant can cause serious damage to the structure of a property, and even more damage to its value. When buying a property, purchasers have, to some extent, some […]


First Time Buyers PGM Solicitors Swansea

First-Time Home Buyers Guide

Buying a house as a first-time buyer is a very exciting and happy time however, it can also feel incredibly daunting. There are many things to consider and lots of big decisions to make, but this should not stop you from enjoying the move. To help you along the way we thought we would share our conveyancing knowledge to make your first-buy a simple, stress […]


Manorial Rights: Mines and Minerals Exceptions

~By Lizzie Dobson~ You may be forgiven for thinking that manorial rights were left behind at the turn of the 19th century but many homes in Swansea and the surrounding areas remain subject to such rights. It is important to understand these rights and how they affect your property.   In recent years, historic manorial rights owners such as the Crown and Church Commissioners, submitted […]

Coal Manorial Rights Mines and Minerals

New Law Affecting Landlords and Agents in Wales

      View image | gettyimages.com As of this autumn, a new law will affect all landlords and agents in Wales. As part of The Housing (Wales) Act 2014 the new law will mean that all private landlords who have a rental property in Wales will need to register themselves and the addresses of their rental properties. All managing landlords and agents will have […]