New homes support Holyhead regeneration

Garreg Domas, a new housing development by North Wales Housing has been completed early and provides 9 much needed new homes in Holyhead.

The development of flats is located within Holyhead town centre and was previously a scout hut which was demolished. The development has created 9 one bedroom two person flats in total.

Residents eagerly received the keys and moved in to their new home early March.

Helena Kirk, Chief Executive at North Wales Housing, said:

“We are extremely pleased with Garreg Domas, a development in partnership with Isle of Anglesey County Council. The development was due to complete on 30th June 2017 so this was completed earlier than expected.”

“The development has benefited from Vibrant and Viable Places (VVP) grant funding, supporting the regeneration of Holyhead and building more new homes for the area”

Head of Housing Services at Anglesey County Council, Shan Williams, said:

“We were pleased to work in partnership with North Wales Housing on this project to provide new social housing for Anglesey and make use of a vacant brownfield site close to Holyhead town centre. We’re grateful to the Welsh Government for providing the VVP capital funds to help make the scheme possible.”

“The Holyhead VVP Programme for regeneration and homes has to date supported the construction of 40 new social rented homes through partnership working with local housing associations and the Welsh Government’s Homes and Places Division.”