Caerphilly County Borough Council, in partnership with United Welsh, is continuing to deliver a programme to bring high quality affordable housing to Caerphilly.
Cllr. David Carter, Mayor of Caerphilly county borough, visited a United Welsh building project on Newport Road, Bedwas where a total of 29 new homes are being constructed. The site will feature a range of one bedroom flats, as well as two and three bedroom houses, and is due to be completed by December 2014. The project is costing around £3.4m and this particular site has also benefited from £160,000 of Welsh Government funding in order to provide two homes for retiring members of the armed forces.
All of the properties are designed to be Homes for Life and can easily be adapted to meet the needs of a family or individual as their requirements change over time.
Cllr. Carter said: “I am really pleased to see the works at Bedwas coming along so well. Providing high quality affordable housing is essential for future generations and I hope that the new residents will be happy in their new homes, and that a thriving community can develop.”
The development is one of several currently underway in Caerphilly county borough with future works planned in Abercarn, Aberbargoed, Blackwood, Fleur de Lis, Trinant and Nelson. For more information call 01495 235216 or visit www.caerphilly.gov.uk.