St Asaph show homes officially opened
The housebuilder has detailed planning for 113 homes across a 12 acre site, on Upper Denbigh Road in the city of St Asaph.The company, subject to planning, will build a further 28 properties on a neighbouring parcel of land, which was formerly an ambulance centre.Castle Green Homes chief executive Gwyn Jones said: “We followed the requirements of Denbighshire County Council’s Local Housing Market Assessment Policy when planning the scheme. This has resulted in a broad mix of properties to cater for a range of housing needs.”Mayor of St Asaph Cllr Colin Hardie cut the ribbon for the development before being given an exclusive tour of Maes yr Haul by Gwyn Jones.Cllr Hardie said: “I was delighted to have been asked to open the show homes. The properties are obviously prestigious in their design and the entire development has been designed and built sympathetically to their natural surroundings, taking into account the local flora and fauna and so improving the biodiversity of the area.”The City Council welcomes all new residents and hope that they all come to acknowledge that St Asaph is a safe and friendly community.”Under the approved plans there are 102 private sale properties at Maes yr Haul. Homes include mews, semi-detached and detached, in a choice of two to four-bedroom designs.
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