Prestatyn housing development on track
Work on building a brand new housing estate in Prestatyn is progressing well, with the first phase of the development due to be completed next month.
Adra, North Wales’ largest housing association is leading the development of 102 homes on the Plas Newydd Farm site in Prestatyn. Castle Green Homes are the contractors working on the scheme.
46 of those properties will be for social rent purposes, with the remaining 56 being intermediate rented units. The Intermediate Rent scheme offers applicants the opportunity to rent a brand new or refurbished home at 80% of the market rate. This scheme is perfect for those who are unable to afford to rent in the private sector or first time buyers who can’t yet afford to buy a home, but want the chance to save for a deposit to purchase a home.
The whole development includes a mix of 2, 3 & 4 bed houses, as well as 2 & 4 bed bungalows.
16 properties are scheduled to be completed in early April, with the remainder to be completed in phases up to March 2024.
Owen Bracegirdle, Senior Development Project Manager, said: “We’re delighted to see the progress being made with the Plas Newydd Farm development.
“There is such a demand for affordable housing in this part of Denbighshire, which reflects the national picture. Adra has made a firm commitment in its Corporate Plan to build new, high quality and affordable homes that people can be proud of and we’re committed to carrying on with the work, with the aim of completion in 12 months time”
If anyone is interested in the intermediate renting option, they need to be registered with Tai Teg: www.taiteg.org.uk