Construction underway on ClywdAlyn’s 100 home development in Garden City > News

Posted: Wed, June 15, 2022

Construction is now underway to create a “100% affordable” housing development in Garden City.

The Northern Gateway development, led by ClwydAlyn in partnership with Flintshire County Council, the Welsh Government and Lane End, will consist of 100 two, three and four bedroom homes, as well as two bedroom bungalows and one and two bedroom apartments.

The program offers energy efficient and carbon friendly homes with an EPC rating of A and incorporates a range of sustainable technologies.

Built with high performance materials as well as installing air source heat pumps instead of traditional heating and hot water systems, reducing heating bills and reducing CO2 emissions.

Craig Sparrow, Executive Director of Development at ClwydAlyn said:

‘The development of this site into 100 quality new homes will fill a key need for affordable housing for a mix of people in the area.’

“The design and high build quality will ensure that the homes are not only stylish and comfortable, but also fit for the future.”

“We are excited to partner with Lane End to bring the program to life and create a vibrant new community and promote local employment.”

Lane End will carry out the construction work at the site, commented Scott Ashall, Lane End Group’s Land Director:

“I am very pleased to have started work on the Northern Gateway development.”

“The team has worked exceptionally hard to bring this project to this point and we look forward to completing this next phase and getting the project on the line.”

“The project will form part of one of the largest mixed-use development opportunities in North Wales and I have no doubt that the transformation of the Garden City area of ​​the Northern Gateway will have a significant positive impact on local communities.”

“North Wales is a growth area for Lane End Group to develop further in 2022 and we very much look forward to delivering new high standard homes to ClwydAlyn in Northern Gateway.”

“We have worked immensely hard over the last three years with both the local authority and our partners in ClwydAlyn to get to this point and we are passionate that this is just the beginning of our relationship with both parties.”

Craig Sparrow added: “We are very pleased to be able to start work on the site.”

“The team has worked extremely hard to bring this project to this stage which will bring significant investment to the region and support our mission to enrich the communities of North Wales.”

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