28 Brand New Homes Are Coming To Llanfairfechan

Jul 1, 2016
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Housing giants Cartrefi Conwy, Brenig Construction and Beech Developments are around halfway finished on their affordable housing development in Llanfairfechan. The works – 28 new homes, divided into 7 houses with 2-3 bedrooms, 4 apartments and 17 1-2 bedroom apartments will be added to a developed Cul-de-Sac in Penmaenmawr Road, Llanfairfechan. The three firms are giants when it comes to Civil engineering in North Wales, with a number of projects and developments around and in the area to their names – including the new Rhyl High School.

This is one of the first developments in the history of Brenig Construction, Cartrefi Conwy and Beech Developments, and is a gigantic undertaking. The three companies have each sourced the land and taken the site from conception to planning, right through to the construction phase. The development is due to be completed in May 2017, and heralds very good news for the area – being built onto an existing Cul-de-Sac.

Llanfairfechan will benefit enormously from the new properties, as five have been earmarked to be available at an intermediate rent level. For those unaware, this is great news for those on low incomes and means that the properties will be 20% cheaper than Conwy’s current market rate.

An incentive like this is very good news as the housing crisis has been well-documented by most of the country’s media, and an incentive to create new builds for those who are often fall just short of being entitled to social housing and those who work but cannot afford current market rates is a very good thing. Essentially, it’s homes for those that have been described as completely let down by the housing system.

Brenig Construction have indicated that all works are progressing ahead of schedule, and the scheme looks to provide employment for local people at a variety of construction-associated trades and skill levels, providing a much-needed boost for the North Wales area. This work is expected to last until completion in May 2017, with work is progressing at a very good pace.

Image Credit: Alex Liivet | CC BY 2.0

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