Invest In Cardiff located at The Old Library, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1GA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 029 2078 8564

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Teejan Ameer

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Lovely place

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Lovely place

David Morgan

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Tried contacting them for months. Managed to get someone to answer once who said they'd get someone

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Tried contacting them for months. Managed to get someone to answer once who said they'd get someone to call me back - no call back. Multiple emails sent, not a single reply either. Invest in Cardiff - nah, I don't think so!!!

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