Useful information about Wrexham County Borough to help you decide to start a business here.
If you would like to pay us a visit, so that you can see for yourself why it is that so many businesses have chosen Wrexham as their preferred business location, just contact us and we will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
Businessline at Wrexham Library provides a professional, quality, value-added business information service serving both business and individual customers.
Wrexham County Borough Council Economic Development Department offers business support and advice to existing businesses and new start ups.
Find out about a number of different types of European Funding available for a range of purposes across the County Borough of Wrexham.
Data from a range of sources has been collected to give a statistical overview of Wrexham County Borough and its 47 electoral divisions/wards.
The Licensing service aims to improve the standards of public safety in respect of licensed premises, persons and vehicles.
Northern Marches Cymru's aim is to develop and regenerate the environmental, cultural, economic and social vitality of our rural communities.
This section provides information, advice, forms and online facilities to support planning applications, building regulations, planning policy, and environmental and conservation issues.
Wrexham has an excellent selection of commercial properties including industrial, office, land and retail of varying size and quality so there is something to suit every type of business.
The procurement of goods, works and services is a high value activity within the Council that has a critical impact on its performance and success.
The Trading Standards Service exists for the benefit of consumers and businesses within the Wrexham area. Our aim is to ensure a fair and safe trading environment and to advance Animal Health and Welfare.
Useful links to external websites that provide additional information about Business.
The need for improved access to the industrial estate was identified in 1970 and funding for the project finally became available in the 1990s.