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New affordable homes for Denbighshire

We are one of north Wales’ leading housing providers and we are creating new homes for people in housing need in Denbighshire.

We are based in Gwynedd, and one of north Wales’ largest housing associations and growing, creating new homes, jobs and opportunities across north Wales.

One of our latest schemes is a 16-home development of new build two and three bedroom houses at Cae Topyn in Denbighshire.

These modern new built homes are a mix of different tenures that make it easier for people to have a home of their own at an affordable price. There are currently two homes available under the Intermediate Rent scheme and three Rent to Own scheme homes at Cae Topyn.  There will be other developments in the county as well like the Cae Mair scheme at Rhuthun.

 Daniel Parry, our Director of Development said:

“We at Adra have been making a huge effort to create and develop more new homes at an affordable price to meet the local housing need in north Wales. We are also expanding to build new quality houses for selling on the open market across north Wales so that we can re-invest in updating, upgrading and refurbishing our existing homes, and also provide even more affordable new homes for people in housing need. 

“It’s the first time we have worked with Pure-Homes at Cae Topyn and we proud to be making new connections and working relationships with developers, so that we can jointly contribute to the local economy in north Wales.”

Tai Teg has an affordable housing register. You have to register to be eligible to buy or rent an affordable home. The register is intended to gather information on the need for affordable housing in Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbigh, Flint, Wrexham and Powys.

The information is used to comment on planning applications as well as supporting the councils and housing associations in planning for future developments.

For more information, visit taiteg.org.uk