Brenig Construction are happy to announce that we are working with Adra on their first new-build development in Trefnant, Denbighshire. Adra are on a mission to branch out across north Wales and this will be their first project to mark the new phase of their expansion. 13 new houses will be built on the development as part of a £1.7 million scheme on a former greenfield site opposite the Trefnant Inn. The homes will consist of:
It was a natural partnership, with both Adra and Brenig Construction having a strong focus on providing quality homes across north Wales. Adra currently look after 6,300 houses in the region and provide much-needed support and services to over 14,000 customers. They have already completed schemes in Wrexham and Conwy and have many more planned for the future, including this newly announced development in Denbighshire.
Our Group Managing Director, Mark Parry, says: “As a local business it is great to have been awarded a further development scheme to construct 13 new houses for Adra. Brenig will be employing local people and using the local supply chain to deliver these much-needed homes in Denbighshire. We will also be providing a number of apprenticeship and training opportunities as the words progress.”
Ffrancon Williams, Adra’s Chief Executive has said: “As a progressive and growing company, we are aiming to build 550 new homes over the next three years. We have formed great new partnerships with local authorities, with the Single Access Route to Housing (SARTH) housing register, Tai Teg as well as with many contractors and developers who will work with us on building these homes.”
As ever, we are committed to developing quality housing within the north Wales area. It is expected that the development will be complete by winter 2020. If you are interested in renting one of these houses, please register your details with SARTH:
Phone: 01824 712911
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