New homes be­ing built on old Kwik Save site

Bangor Mail - - News -

HOUS­ING as­so­ci­a­tion Cartrefi Cy­munedol Gwynedd (CCG), has started two £1.8m homes projects in Ban­gor – in­clud­ing de­vel­op­ing a for­mer Kwik Save site.

The schemes in­clude eight flats at Trem Elidir and nine flats at the for­mer su­per­mar­ket site at the bot­tom of the high street in Hi­rael.

North Wales-based Gareth Mor­ris Con­struc­tion (GMC) are build­ing the flats on be­half of CCG with lo­cal Caernar­fon-based Wake­mans ap­pointed as em­ployer’s agent on the high street scheme. It is an­tic­i­pated that the flats will be com­pleted by sum­mer 2020.

As­sis­tant Direc­tor of As­sets Daniel Parry said: “We are very proud to be work­ing with Gareth Mor­ris Con­struc­tion on these de­vel­op­ments.

“With ap­prox­i­mately 1,800 ap­pli­cants on the wait­ing list for af­ford­able hous­ing in Ban­gor, it is im­por­tant for us to be play­ing our part in meet­ing the de­mand for hous­ing and pro­vid­ing peo­ple with ef­fi­cient, mod­ern and com­fort­able homes in the com­mu­ni­ties they want to live.

“We have al­ready in­vested £1.5mil­lion in sub­stan­tial re­gen­er­a­tion work at Hi­rael, and built homes at Maes­geirchen, Tan y Bryn and Porth Pen­rhyn.

“Over the next seven years, we are aim­ing to build 800 new homes across north Wales, and Ban­gor is an area which will ben­e­fit from more new homes as we aim to achieve this tar­get.”

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