Posted: Tue 31st Jul 2018

Building work begins on a new £8.5m ‘extra care’ housing scheme in Holywell

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jul 31st, 2018

Building work has started on a new £8.5m extra care housing scheme in Holywell.

Principal contractor Anwyl Construction have cleared the site and commenced works to build Flintshire’s fourth extra care scheme, provided by developers Wales & West Housing in partnership with Flintshire Council.

The four-storey apartment building will have 43 one-bedroom and 12 two-bedroom apartments with a range of facilities and 24 hour on-site care and support for older people with support needs.

Shayne Hembrow, Deputy Chief Executive for Wales & West Housing, said:

“This new extra care scheme will be our second in Flintshire, providing even more capacity for independent living in high-quality accommodation with access to 24-hour on-site care and support.

We are delighted to be working closely with Flintshire County Council to deliver the scheme and with Anwyl Construction as lead contractor we are able to ensure that jobs are created and retained in North Wales, providing a significant economic boost for the region.”

Anwyl Construction’s Commercial Manager, Simon Rose, said:

“We are delighted to be involved with Wales & West Housing and Flintshire County Council on what is a very significant development for Holywell.

The new Extra Care facility will provide high-quality facilities for the area and bring a solution to independent living.

On a major project like this, we always aim to use local contractors and suppliers to ensure important employment opportunities are brought into fruition, this also includes apprenticeships and work experience placements, and in-turn provides an investment in the area’s economy.

The ability to use a local supply chain also demonstrates that we have the quality construction skills and experience here in North Wales to carry out major projects like this.”

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