The development of 12 new homes on the former site of St Cuthbert’s Church at Clarence Embankment in Butetown, Cardiff is underway.
Working in partnership with Cardiff Council and M&J Cosgrove Construction Ltd, the United Welsh development will create 8 one-bedroom apartments and 4 two-bedroom apartments for affordable rent.
Lynn Morgan, Director of Development for United Welsh, said:
“There continues to be a high need for affordable housing in Cardiff. The tenants of these new homes will enjoy living in an ideal location in the city, close to excellent facilities such as the brand-new Grange Pavilion.
“We are looking forward to progressing this development to bring more high-quality homes to Butetown.”
As part of United Welsh’s development strategy to provide 1,300 new homes in South Wales by 2026, the Clarence Embankment development will embrace renewable energy sources such as solar panels and ground source heat pumps to reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel…