New Homes

Current Schemes

We have over 6,300 affordable rented homes, however there is a demand for more in Gwynedd.

To try and meet this demand, we are now building new homes.

New Homes 1New Homes 2New Homes 6

Gwynedd

To be considered for social housing your name must be on the Gwynedd Common Housing Register.

Contact them on:
Phone: 01286 685 100
Website: www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru/socialhousing


We are currently building new houses at:

Kwik Save Former Kwik Save Site, High Street Bangor

  • 4 x 1 bedroom flats
  • 5 x 2 bedroom flats

Trem Elidir Trem Elidir, Bangor

  • 4 x 1 bed flat
  • 4 x 2 bed flat

Waun Helyg, Criccieth

Rhos Isa, Criccieth

  • 6 x two-bedroom houses and 4 x three-bedroom houses
  • Contractors - Williams Homes (Bala) Cyf
  • Completion date – March 2019

Meysydd Llydan, Penrhyndeudraeth

Meusydd Llydain, Penrhyndeudraeth

  • 3 x three bedroom houses
  • 3 x two bedroom houses
  • Developed in partnership with Brenig Construction
  • Completion date – January 2019

Llys Elen Egryn, Tywyn

NHS TywynLlys Elen Egryn, Tywyn

  • 4 x one-bedroom flat, 4 x two-bedroom flat (designated for older people over 55 years old) and 4 x two-bedroom houses
  • Rent:
    2 Bed Flats - £85.88 per week (+ Service charges)
    1 Bed Flats - £77.53 per week (+ Service charges)
  • Contractors - Williams Homes (Bala) Cyf
  • Completion date – Summer 2019

Maes Coetmor, Bethesda

Maes Coetmor, Bethesda

  • 10 x three-bedroom Houses and 8 x two-bedroom Houses
  • Developing in partnership with DU Construction
  • Completion date – January 2020

Conwy

There is a Common Housing Allocations Policy operated in Conwy.
If you are applying for a home in Conwy you must make an application to Conwy Housing Solutions.


At the moment we are building in these locations:

Pennant Hall Pennant Hall, Penmaenmawr

  • 7 x 1 bedroom Flat
  • 7 x 2 bedroom Flat
  • Completion date: 2020

Dolwen Road, Betws yn Rhos Dolwen Road, Betws yn Rhos

  • 4 x 3 Bedroom House
  • Completion date - Late 2019

Denbighshire

There is a Common Housing Allocations Policy operating in Denbigh.
If you are applying for a home in Denbigh you must send an application to Denbighshire Housing Solutions:


We are currently building new houses at:

Trefnant Arms Trefnant Arms

  • 8 x 2 Bedroom house
  • 4 x 3 Bedroom House
  • 1 x 2 Bedroom Bungalow

Completed Schemes

Y Garreg, Groeslon

  • 5 x two-bedroomed houses
  • Contractors - WF Claytons
  • Completion date - November 2018


Tan yr EglwysTan yr Eglwys, Abererch

  • 2 x two-bedroom dormer bungalows
  • Developed in partnership with T. Banks Ltd
  • Completion date – October 2018

Plas y Coed, Porth Penrhyn, Bangor

  • 4 x one-bedroom flats
  • 4 x two-bedroom homes
  • 2 x three-bedroom homes
  • Contractor – Watkin Jones Homes
  • Completion date – May 2018

Penmorfa, Tywyn

  • 5 x two bedroomed houses
  • Contractor - Chesworth Brothers
  • Completion date - Spring 2018

Plas yr Wylan, Bangor

  • 3 one-bedroom flats
  • 6 two-bedroom flats
  • Units for general needs and under-occupying
  • Contractor – GMC

Tan y Bryn, Bangor

  • 6 two-bedroom houses
  • Completed February 2016
  • Units for general needs
  • Contractor – CGM

Llys Mathieson, Tŷ Cegin, Bangor

  • 5 two-bedroom houses
  • Completed April 2016
  • Units for general needs
  • Contractor – GMC

The estate has been named after the late Oscar Mathieson, who was Head of Housing at the old ArfonBorough Council and did a great deal for the community of Maesgeirchen

Edmund Steet and Ambrose Street, Hirael, Bangor

  • 10 one bedroom flats
  • 5 two bedroom flats
  • Units for general needs
  • Contractor - Anthony Dever
  • Completion date – Easter 2017

Tir Tywod, Pwllheli

  • 4 two-bedroom houses
  • 3 two-bedroom bungalows
  • Units for general needs
  • Completed April 2016
  • Contractor – GMC

For more information contact CCG on 0300 123 8084 or enquiries@ccgwynedd.org.uk.

Wenallt Uchaf, Dolgellau

  • 8 two-bedroom houses
  • 4 three-bedroom houses
  • Units for general needs
  • Contractor – GMC
  • Completion date – Spring 2017
Back to top