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Wednesday October 12 2016

Galliford Try Partnerships makes progress on new affordable homes in Rhyl

 Galliford Try Partnerships makes progress on new affordable homes in Rhyl

Regeneration specialist Galliford Try Partnerships is playing its part in the ongoing transformation of the seaside town of Rhyl in North Wales, working with Pennaf Housing Group to deliver new affordable homes for the area.

The Warrington-based business was appointed by Pennaf Housing Group, which includes Clwyd Alyn Housing Association, to deliver 20 two and three-bedroom homes located on Gronant Street and Abbey Street in the town. A number of the new homes will be available under the Homebuy initiative, allowing people who either live or work in the area, the opportunity to own their own home.

Brendan Blythe, managing director for Galliford Try Partnerships North West, said: “We have been working hard with Pennaf Housing Group and the local council to keep the development moving forward. We are extremely pleased with the progress we have made on site to date, and look forward to providing high quality housing for people who live and work in the area.”

Deiniol Evans, director of development for Pennaf, said: “We’re pleased to be working with Galliford Try Partnerships on this important development and to see how well the new homes are progressing.”

The homes have been made possible thanks to partnership support from Denbighshire County Council and the Welsh Government. Representatives from all of the partner agencies visited the development this week including Cllr Ann Davies, Chairman of Denbighshire County Council.

Councillor Barbara Smith, Denbighshire County Council’s Cabinet Lead Member for Housing, said: “We are delighted to see work progressing on this initiative. It’s another quality project that will help improve the quality of life for local people.

“This is an exciting time for Rhyl, as we have seen the housing redevelopments taking shape and the ambitious waterfront proposals are progressing well.

“This development is another milestone in the wider regeneration of Rhyl.”

The homes are part of Pennaf’s £4.5 million investment into housing regeneration in Rhyl, working in partnership with the Welsh Government and Denbighshire County Council, to transform housing in the heart of the town around the new ‘Gerddi Heulwen’ Green Space area.

Available to rent or buy under a tenure neutral scheme, people with a link to the local area can take advantage of the 50% Homebuy opportunity to make their first step into home ownership.

To register an interest in the new homes on Gronant Street or to find out more about the Homebuy option, call 0800 183 5757 (or for cheaper calls from a mobile call 01745 536800) or email enquiries@clwydlyn.co.uk


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