Courts and Work

The Courts

The Business and Property Courts in Wales are based at the Cardiff Civil Justice Centre (CJC) in Park Street in central Cardiff.

The CJC is only a three-minute walk from Cardiff Central Railway station, which has a direct transport link from London Paddington, Bristol Parkway and Temple Meads and many other major locations.  It is easily accessible from the M4 motorway and from Cardiff Airport. The CJC has courtrooms capable of accommodating cases of practically any size.  All public areas in the CJC are fully accessible. Contact details are set out below.

The judges of the Business and Property Courts are keen, where the needs of a case require it, to sit in other locations around Wales. In North Wales these include Mold, Wrexham and Caernarfon. In West Wales these include Aberystwyth, Swansea and Haverfordwest. Some of these centres have insolvency and company jurisdiction.

Clerk to HHJ Jarman KC:
Ralitsa Petrova

Clerk to HHJ Keyser KC:
Barry Sharples

Clerk to HHJ Harrison:
Amanda Barrago

Contact details

Business & Property Courts in Wales

Cardiff Civil and Family Justice Centre
2 Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1ET

Switchboard: 02920 376 430
Email/contact for consent to transfer cases:
Out of hours: 07500 779433

Llysoedd Busnes ac Eiddo yng Nghymru

Canolfan Cyfiawnder Sifil a Theuluol Caerdydd
2 Stryd y Parc Caerdydd CF10 1ET

Switsfwrdd: 02920 376 430
E-bost/Cyswllt ar gyfer ceisiadau am ganiatâd i drosglwyddo achosion:
Allan o oriau: 07500 779433

Other information/Gwybodaeth arall:

Wrexham Law Courts
Bodhyfryd Wrexham, LL12 7BP

Switchboard: 029 2037 6412

Y Llysoedd Barn Wrecsam Bodhyfryd Wrecsam. LL12 7BP

Switsfwrdd: 029 2037 6412

Caernarfon Justice Centre
Llanberis Road Caernarfon LL55 2DF

Switchboard: 01286 669 700

Canolfan Cyfiawnder Caernarfon
Ffordd Llanberis Caernarfon LL55 2DF

Switsfwrdd: 01286 669 700

More information

 For more information visit/Am ragor o wybodaeth, ewch i

Under the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 the Welsh language has official status in Wales and under the Welsh Language Act 1993 in any legal proceedings in Wales the Welsh language may be used by anyone wishing to use it. By CPR 1.5(2) parties are required to assist the court to put into effect those principles. See the practice direction on the use of the Welsh language (external link).

O dan Fesur yr Iaith Gymraeg (Cymru) 2011 mae gan yr iaith Gymraeg statws swyddogol yng Nghymru ac o dan Ddeddf yr Iaith Gymraeg 1993, mewn unrhyw achos cyfreithiol yng Nghymru, gellir defnyddio’r iaith Gymraeg gan unrhyw un sy’n dymuno ei defnyddio. Yn ôl CPR 1.5(2) mae’n ofynnol i’r partïon gynorthwyo’r llys i weithredu’r egwyddorion hynny. Gellir dod o hyd i’r cyfarwyddyd ymarfer ar ddefnyddio’r iaith Gymraeg.