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The developer building Glasdir, on behalf of ClwydAlyn has once again demonstrated its commitment to the community by donating brand new goal posts to the schools neighbouring the development, Ysgol Pen Barras and Rhos Street School. This initiative is aimed at supporting local education and recreational activities.

The developer, Williams Homes (Bala) Ltd was contracted by ClwydAlyn to build the new 63 plot, low carbon affordable housing development in Glasdir, Ruthin in partnership with Denbighshire County Council and as part of the Welsh Government, Innovative Housing Project (IHP) funding.

Penelope Storr, Head of Development and Growth at ClwydAlyn expressed enthusiasm for the initiative, stating, “ClwydAlyn is not just committed to building energy efficient and affordable homes, and supporting local economy, we ensure that all our partners commit to giving back to local communities in the areas in which we work. We are delighted that this donation by Williams Homes will contribute to creating an enriching sports environment for the pupils and encourage physical activities, teamwork and sportsmanship.”

Owain Williams, Joint Managing Director of Williams Homes said: “We are very pleased to be able to donate these goals for use by both local schools, who have been brilliant and so supportive throughout this project. We hope the pupils enjoy using them for many years to come”.

Glasdir, a groundbreaking development residential development is set to redefine sustainable living with the introduction of 63 energy efficient homes.

Regarded as one of the most innovative and remarkable developments, Glasdir comprises of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, varying from bungalows, apartments, semi-detached and detached homes as well as adapted bungalows. All homes are built as lifetime homes and designed so that they are easily adaptable to the changing needs of the residents, helping them to live independently for longer.

ClwydAlyn’s aim is to tackle fuel poverty and help minimise the impact less energy efficient homes can have on people’s health and wellbeing.