New homes take major step forward in Abergele
We’re extremely excited about the launch of our new homes for sale at Bron Y Castell, in Abergele, Wales. This new housing development, which is due to breathe new life into a site on the edge of Abergele, will take a major step forward later this month as work commences on construction.
The 156 new homes being built will be located on land previously earmarked for the North Wales Business Park.
These new homes for sale in Abergele will consist of 2,3 and 4-bedroom homes, with a selection being eligible for the Government backed Help to Buy Wales scheme. Work on the 14.8-acre site, which lies between the A547 and A55 North Wales Expressway, is anticipated to create over 250 jobs, of which 92 will be directly involved in construction.
New Homes For Sale in Abergele Proving Popular Already
Since planning permission was secured in July 2017, interest has been incredibly strong, as Caryl Russell, Sales Manager at Macbryde Homes, explains:
“Abergele has a growing population and this land, adjacent to the developed part of the North Wales Business Park, was always ripe for residential development. It is, therefore, fantastic to now be moving forward with construction.
“With a wealth of established job opportunities right on the doorstep and strong transport links for those who need to travel further afield, we always believed that these homes would be popular, but we’ve been quite staggered by just how much interest has been shown before work has even commenced. Sales of new homes at Abergele will officially launch on April 7.”
All of the homes at Bron Y Castell will be constructed to take account the existing character of the local landscape and built environment of Abergele. Wide roadways with footpaths either side will be flanked by grass verges and trees to give this development a stunning community feel.
Stuart Andrew, Design Manager at Macbryde Homes, adds:
“Significant time and consideration went in to preparing our proposals to ensure that this development is complementary to its locale and to ensure that it doesn’t impact negatively on either existing or future traffic flows in the town. We are, therefore, very much looking forward to seeing how it is received by the local population.”