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ClwydAlyn welcomed pupils from Local School Ysgol Gymuned Pentraeth to explore one of its latest housing development projects. The aim of the visit is to teach the pupils about green and sustainable homes, just like what they’re learning in school.

Accompanied by their Head Teacher, the visit provided the pupils the opportunity to see practical implementation of green building technology and innovative designs.

Executive Director of Development at ClwydAlyn, Craig Sparrow said:

“We’re happy to show pupils from Ysgol Gymuned Pentraeth how we are using innovative new green technologies and solutions. We hope this experience increases their interests and understanding of how it addresses environmental challenges. Also, learning about sustainable homes helps them to understand the impact on health and well-being.”

Lynne Jones, Head Teacher of the school said: “Pupils thoroughly enjoyed visiting Llys Llwydiarth and received a very warm welcome. The children were especially impressed with the eco-friendly houses, from the heat pumps and integrated solar panels to the timber walls. The visit coincided with an Energy STEM project run by MSparc which teaches pupils about low carbon energy and raises children’s awareness of careers and businesses on their doorstep. ClwydAlyn are a prime example of a successful business and employer in North Wales.”

Built using greener technologies and innovative designs, these new homes which are near completion, features a variety of 1- bedroom apartments and 2,3-, and 4-bedroom homes. Consisting of 23 affordable, energy efficient homes, this development on the land adjacent Stad Diwydiannol Pentraeth, and is in partnership with Anglesey County Council and Welsh Government.

13 of the houses will be managed by ClwydAlyn and 10 of the houses will be managed by Anglesey County Council.

Residents are expected to move in 2024.