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Adra Board gives the go-ahead to a housing development in Denbigh

The Adra housing association Board has approved a plan for 110 houses on the Gwaenynog site in Denbigh – with 80 (73%) of those houses being affordable houses.

A planning application for 110 houses on land opposite the Ysgol Pendref site was approved by Denbighshire County Council back in November 2022 and further permission was given for a revised layout plan by the Council last month.

Adra will now work with the Castle Green Homes company in order to develop the plan over a period of two and a half years, with the work completed by September 2025. The houses will be a mixture of social rent houses and rents on the market.

Daniel Parry, Adra’s Director of Development, said: “The decision by the Adra board takes us one step closer to realising this project.

“There is a growing demand for affordable housing in this area of ​​Denbighshire, especially during the current economic climate and estate agents in the county are already saying that a large number of people have registered for information about rental properties.

“This latest development by Adra also reflects a firm commitment in its Corporate Plan to build 900 new homes by 2025, increasing its number of properties to over 7,500, as well as investing £60 million in its existing properties”.