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Adra welcomes planning permission for housing development in Denbigh

Adra housing association has welcomed Denbighshire County Council’s decision to grant a revised planning application for 110 houses on the Gwaenynog site in Denbigh – with 80 (73%) of those houses being affordable homes

The plan for 110 houses on land opposite the Ysgol Pendref site was approved in November 2022 and this week, further permission was given for a revised layout plan, landscape management plans, minor changes to some types of houses and ecological works on site.

Daniel Parry, Director of Development for Adra, said: “This is great news for this part of Denbighshire, as there is a growing demand for more affordable housing in this area and across other parts of the North, particularly during the current economic climate.

“We are looking forward to working with Denbighshire County Council and the developers Castle Green in order to start work as soon as possible and offer quality homes to local people. The development will include a mix of housing for social rent and some for rent on the open market.

“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”.

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