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Approval granted for Rhuddlan homes

An application from Macbryde Homes for 99 houses in the North Wales village has been approved, with Macbryde itself and Anwyl Homes lined up for delivery.

In February, it was announced that Macbryde had acquired eight acres in Rhuddlan from Denbighshire County Council and a private client of Legat Owen for £3m.

Denbighshire has now granted consent for development, meaning that Macbryde can start on its project of 48 houses this spring.

Gwyn Jones, managing director of Macbryde Homes, said: “The need for quality homes that appeal to families across Denbighshire is acute. Whilst the land had already been earmarked for residential development, there is never total certainty that things will go your way until the decision is finally confirmed.

“Following so soon after our announcement that we’d be moving forward with a development in nearby Dyserth, this news really adds weight to our vision for expanding our output across North Wales.”

Macbryde Homes’ development will sit adjacent to the Tirionfa development and near to the Rhuddlan Golf Club, and will comprise a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom properties.

Jones concluded: “Sites of this quality aren’t as plentiful as we’d like them to be, so we were delighted to successfully acquire this sought-after location.

“We anticipate that these homes will particularly appeal to first time buyers, young professionals and growing families and look forward to welcoming those purchasers to Rhuddlan, as our work progresses.”

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