A development of fifteen affordable homes are under way, where tenants will enjoy spectacular views of Cardiff and the surrounding area. In total, there will be 6 one bedroom apartments and 9 two bedroom houses in the small hamlet of Twyn-yr-Odyn, which lies south west of Culverhouse Cross close to Wenvoe and St Lythans.
Located on the brownfield site of a former bus depot and vehicle repairs centre, stunning views of Castell Coch, the Caerphilly mountain range and key Cardiff landmarks will be seen from the proposed rear gardens.
The look of the £2.1million housing development will be equally as striking. The design team have ensured that the scheme will be in-keeping with the history and character of its rural surroundings by proposing to use reconstituted stone and colourful render to give the development a village feel.
These homes will be available for affordable rent and are being developed to address local housing need, priority will be given to applicants with a connection to the local community. Residents with an interest in renting one of these properties should register with Homes4U, the affordable housing register for the county.