ClwydAlyn in partnership with Anglesey County Council and the Welsh Government is delighted to announce the completion of the development of 23 new energy efficient, affordable homes in Pentraeth, Anglesey. The houses built by Williams Homes on behalf of ClwydAlyn, reflects the social housing company’s commitment to providing energy-efficient and affordable housing in North Wales.
ClwydAlyn’s aim is to tackle fuel poverty by putting energy efficiency first, and helping to minimise the impact less energy efficient homes can have on people’s health and wellbeing. Built using greener technologies and innovative designs, these new homes represent a significant step in addressing the demand for affordable and eco- friendly housing options in Wales. Thirteen of the houses will be managed by ClwydAlyn and ten of the houses will be managed by Anglesey County Council.
Craig Sparrow Executive Director of Development at ClwydAlyn said: We are excited to present these homes as evidence of our continuous commitment to energy and affordable housing solutions. It is another milestone in our journey to impact our communities through sustainable building practices.”
Cllr Gary Pritchard, Portfolio Holder for Housing and Children’s Services at Anglesey County Council said, “This latest project at Pentraeth underlines our continued commitment to provide local people and families with high quality, energy efficient and affordable homes, which was a key part of Plaid Cymru’s manifesto.”
He added, “Our Housing Strategy 2022 to 2027 plays an integral role as we work independently, and with key partners, to continue to meet the needs of our local residents now and in the future.”
Residents eagerly anticipate moving into their new homes because these homes can make a significant difference. They will help residents protect the environment; save precious energy, and potentially save money in the long run.