Picture of our homes in Llanberis - birds eye view.

More investment in its homes planned by Adra

Several projects are underway across Gwynedd as part of a programme by Adra, the region’s largest housing association to continually improve the quality of its homes.

31 properties in the Tywyn and Aberdyfi areas of south Gwynedd are seeing a range of external works, which include:

  • chimney refurbishment works
  • installing external wall insulation
  • windows and doors
  • roofing and rendering works
  • gardens
  • paths, steps and fencing works.

The works, being carried out by Snowdonia based GH James is expected to be completed by August 2023.

More external works planned

Meanwhile, works are underway on a series of other improvement projects across the county, including external works taking place at Maes Padarn, Llanberis (due for completion in October); Godre’r Gaer in Bethesda (works due to end in April).

This work comes hot on the heels of the announcement of works that have started on properties on the Caernarfon Road estate of flats, Bangor as well as Cilcoed, Penywern, Coedmawr, and will start on Ffordd Hendre in Bangor to improve the energy efficiency and standard of the homes.

The works include:

  • re-roofing
  • insulation and rendering of external walls
  • installation of windows
  • downpipes, and guttering
  • improving paths and fences.


Mathew Gosset, Assistant Director of Assets here at Adra, said: “We are delighted to be announcing further improvement projects as part of our on-going investment in our current stock of properties

“We want to make sure that we provide high quality homes that people can feel proud of and we want to make sure that the investment means that our homes are as energy efficient as possible, especially with the cost of living having an impact on communities right across our area.

“Keeping the pound local and contributing to the local economy is important to us. This is why we work with local contractors who also give back to our community through our social value scheme, ensuring that local communities benefits from local investment”.