WYLFA NEWYDD 2017

Wylfa planning deadline moved as deal yet to emerge

Sarah Townsend

The council has deferred its decision to award planning consent for the nuclear power plant scheme on Anglesey for a second time while its developer winds up operations at the site after pulling out of the project.

Wrexham Museum

Wrexham seeks designer for football museum

Neil Tague

The council has stepped up the development of a National Football Museum for Wales at the town’s museum, formally launching a tender process to select a designer.

Lane End Llandudno

Llandudno affordable homes deferred

Dan Whelan

Despite a recommendation to refuse the application, Conwy councillors voted to defer Lane End Developments’ plans for a four-storey apartment block and 33 houses next to the town’s train station. 

Airfields Deeside

JPG on board as Airfields progresses

Structural and civil engineering firm JPG Group has been appointed to deliver phase two enabling works at the mixed-use Airfields project in Deeside.

Deeside Industrial Sale

JV sells Deeside industrial units

Sarah Townsend

Deeside Regeneration, a joint venture between Maple Grove Developments and Trebor Developments, has sold three speculative warehouses totalling 84,000 sq ft at the industrial park in North Wales.

Premier Inn Keswick Oct 20

Go-ahead for Keswick Premier Inn

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Neil Tague

Developer Premcor is to progress its plans for a 71-bedroom hotel, with the Lake District National Parks Authority voting to delegate approval powers to officers.

Queensferry Co Op

Approval for Queensferry Co-op scheme

Sarah Townsend

Real estate investor Floods Properties & Developments has been granted planning permission for a mixed-use scheme including a Co-op store at Queensferry Industrial Estate in North Wales.

Castle Green HOLT

Macbryde starts on Holt homes

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Dan Whelan

The housebuilder has commenced a project to build 24 homes in the North Wales market town, and has reported a spike in interest in the scheme due to pent-up demand following the Covid-19 lockdown.