Location, Location, Location



Bridgend is in a wonderful location between the majestic Brecon Beacons mountains and a series of beautiful beaches, including Newton, Coney, and Aberavon.

Bridgend county is one of the most sought-after in Wales. With its striking natural beauty, vibrant festivals, and close-knit communities, the county has a growing reputation as a desirable living destination in Wales, offering a great lifestyle in breathtaking natural surroundings, close to a variety of landscapes, from the rugged peaks of the Brecon Beacons to the serene shores of its beautiful surfing beaches, world-class golf courses and some of the tallest sand dunes in northern Europe. Further inland you’ll discover ancient woodland, rugged mountain-biking trails and what claims to be the oldest pub in Wales, The Skirrid Inn.

Redkite’s spacious, recently modernised Bridgend office is close to the town centre. A market town since the 16th century, Bridgend has a good mix of independent shops, cafés and high street names.


Croeso i Gaerdydd!

Welcome to Cardiff!

On the cusp of the city centre, we occupy a traditional-fronted Victorian building with modern interiors. A comfortable open-plan space where teams can meet and collaborate.

Take a stroll into the vibrant city centre at lunch where you will find an abundance of independent and chain cafes/restaurants to satisfy your hunger or quench your thirst. A few of our nearby indie favourites include:

  • 200 Degrees, Queen Street – excellent coffee shop located a short stroll away from the office
  • Coffee Planet – the go-to for office coffee rounds (3 mins walk)
  • Chapel 1877, Churchill Way – a beautiful converted church hosting a fine dining restaurant and bar experience (10 mins walk)

The city centre is home to a mixture of high street and designer retail stores as well as

Historic Victorian arcades housing quaint craft and independent stores/eateries. The city’s museum and castle are also within easy reach of the office, for those staff who fancy a cultural coffee break out and about.

The office is within easy access of major bus routes which stop on the nearby Richmond road, Newport road & City road. We are also a 7 minute walk from Cardiff Queen Street Train Station, which has easy links to Cardiff central, servicing train lines from across the UK into the city.


Carmarthen lies on the banks of the River Tywi, approximately 8 miles upstream from where this picturesque river meets Carmarthen Bay. As Wales’ longest river, the Tywi retains its tidal influence at Carmarthen, lending historical significance to the town, once celebrated as the largest port in Wales.

It is thought to be the oldest town in Wales, with its Roman fort believed to date from about AD 75, and is said to be the birthplace of Merlin the Magician. The Welsh name for the town, “Caerfyrddin”, means Merlin’s Fort and many believe the town was named after King Arthur’s wizard.

Carmarthen’s Redkite office is located in the heart of the town centre, close to car parks and the train station. Its popular market offers locally produced meats, fruit and veg, cheeses and cakes, while on the 1st Friday of the month the Farmer’s Market visits the town, adding to the hustle and bustle of this welcoming town.


Haverfordwest, nestled in the scenic Pembrokeshire region of Wales, has a rich historical heritage, with its 12th Century Castle providing a picturesque backdrop. In Elizabethan times, it was the second largest port in Wales and remained the main port in West Wales until the arrival of the railway in 1853.

Surrounded by stunning landscapes, including nearby beaches and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice.

Additionally, the town’s commitment to sustainability and environmental initiatives enhances its overall quality of life. With a thriving local market, cultural events, and a good range of amenities, Haverfordwest offers a balanced lifestyle, making it an attractive destination if you’re looking for a better quality of life.

Redkite’s Haverfordwest office is close to the town centre and offers a warm and welcoming working environment, close to a good range of shops and excellent transport connections to the whole of Pembrokeshire, including a railway station.


What’s not to love about the quaint little town of Pembroke? The walled town of Pembroke situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire has plenty to offer for those looking to relocate or those simply looking to take a stroll on their lunchbreak, from an 11th century castle to a farmers market, with many gift shops and cafés in-between. The closest beach to the office is just three miles away and the famous coastal town of Tenby is a 20 minute drive giving you numerous ways to unwind after a day’s work.

The six storey office which is located in the centre of the town has been the home of legal services since 1898 and is now base office to around 20 employees which includes the Dispute Resolution team, Wills & Probate and the Centralised Post team. Recent renovations to the office have made way for a large open plan working area and modernised yet comfortable meeting rooms, reception area and kitchen.

We should also mention that the kitchen is regularly stocked with homemade sweet treats thanks to a few in-house home bakers!


Porthcawl is a popular holiday destination on the South Wales coast, with a long promenade and a choice of beautiful beaches, including Rest Bay with miles of fine golden sand popular with families, and Pink Bay, so called because the rocks that border it appear pink in some lights, which is popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Set in beautiful scenery but with easy access to the M4 motorway, Porthcawl is a great start point for visiting the towns, cities and beautiful coastline of South Wales, each offering its own characterful, historic and scenic attractions.

The Redkite Porthcawl office is in the heart of the town, close to transport services and parking. The mix of accessibility and coastal beauty makes Porthcawl an appealing destination if you’re looking for a well-connected but scenic place to live and work, with Cardiff 25 miles away and Swansea just 19.


Redkite Solicitors are a long-established firm in Swansea and have two branches in the area, in Gorseinon and Sketty.

Gorseinon is on the northern fringe of the Gower, the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is northwest of Swansea, close to the picturesque Loughor estuary and just 2 miles from the M4. This rapidly expanding town has a rich history, deeply rooted in heavy industries like coal, steel, and tinplate production. The heart of Gorseinon lies in its vibrant High Street area, featuring well-established retail brands and of course Redkite Solicitors.

Our newer branch is in Sketty, a sought-after, residential village about 2 miles west of Swansea city centre. Sketty offers the ideal blend of suburban tranquillity and urban accessibility, and is popular with residents looking for a peaceful residential environment together with easy access to both the city centre and the surrounding area.