K & C Construction recently restarted the ClwydAlyn Affordable Housing Scheme Development in Llandudno

North Wales Housing Association, ClwydAlyn has announced the restart of development work on their new affordable housing scheme on Builder Street in Llandudno.

This significant milestone comes after a period of uncertainty following the collapse of the previous developer.

The project will feature 77 new one, two, three and four-bedroom homes for rent, in an area where there is a recognised shortfall of affordable housing. The high-quality homes will provide accommodation for families as well as over-55s.

The state-of-the-art design of the buildings will ensure that the homes are not just comfortable and attractive, but also fit for the future, with energy-efficient features to promote sustainability.

Originally this development was being delivered by Lane End Developments, work on the project was halted when the company entered administration in April last year. ClwydAlyn has now partnered with St. Asaph-based K & C Construction to deliver construction works on the site.

The Builder Street development is set to benefit the local region, through employment opportunities and other community development, reflecting ClwydAlyn’s mission to enrich and support communities across North Wales.

Penny Storr, Head of Development and Growth at ClwydAlyn said:

“Despite the challenges posed by the change in developers, we’re pleased that we’re able to continue works to deliver much-needed affordable housing to the area.

“The restart of works on this project is part of our commitment to creating homes that not only address the need for more energy-efficient and affordable housing in the region, but also positively impact the wider community.

“Our team have worked incredibly hard on the site, so we’re delighted that our partnership with K & C Construction has allowed us to continue.”

Stuart Askey, Business Development Manager at K & C Construction, added:

“We are incredibly proud to be partnering with ClwydAlyn on restarting construction of this crucial project, which will contribute not only to the revitalisation of affordable housing in Llandudno, but also create a thriving new community and benefit the local economy.”

Key stakeholders from K & C Construction and ClwydAlyn visited the site to mark the restart in works, showcase the progress made so far and celebrate the partnerships driving the project forward.