South Wales: Break for the border
Increased regional investment has had a positive knock-on effect on local law firms, meaning that South Wales is an increasingly viable option for London lawyers looking to relocate, writes Lyndon Jennings
Contrary to popular belief, South Wales has a lot more to shout about than its record for pizza consumption (the population consumes more than any other place in the UK, according to a recent BBC documentary). Cardiff is Europe’s newest capital city and with more green space per 1,000 head of population than any other UK city, topped a quality of life survey as the ‘best city in the UK in which to work’.
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