Artist impression of new flats

Green light for 21 new flats in Caernarfon

Adra, North Wales’ largest housing association has welcomed Cyngor Gwynedd’s decision to grant planning permission for a new housing development in Caernarfon.

Adra had put forward an application to redevelop Garej Lleiod, a garage site on Llanberis Road, Caernarfon and create a four floor residential building which would include 21 flats for individuals over 55 years of age, as well as a community lounge, buggy/bike store, bin store, parking spaces for 16 vehicles and landscaped areas.

The building will comprise of 7 one bedroom flats for two people and 14 two bedroom flats for three people.

Daniel Parry, Adra’s Director of Development,  said: “We’re delighted that the Planning Committee has given the green light to the development. It’s a pleasure to be able to work with Cyngor Gwynedd to provide more affordable homes in the county, to try and meet the strong demand that exists locally.

“The site is included in the Gwynedd and Môn joint Local Development Plan and will directly contribute towards addressing a high demand for housing that exists in the county.

“Adra has also made 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 current properties”.