More new homes on the way
Tenants will soon be moving into new homes which have been built recently at Windsor Road in Neath, Melin Close
in Melin, Cae Nant Terrace in Skewen and Heol Llwyn Celyn in Caewern.
Building new, sustainable homes for rent is a big part of what we do. Over the past few years, we have built almost 100 new homes.
There is a big demand for affordable, energy efficient homes and earlier this year we had the green light to build even more. In the coming weeks work will begin to build a total of 77 new homes across two sites - 25 at Pant Celydd in Margam and 52 at Eaglesbush, off Meadow Road in Neath.
Andrew Hall Development Manager at Tai Tarian said: “In Margam, a variety of properties including flats and family
homes will be built by local firm CJ Construction. Work will start very soon with homes ready in Autumn 2023.
Eaglesbush, just off Meadow Road in Neath, will be our biggest development to date. Once again, the project will include flats, large family homes and bungalows and is expected to be ready in early 2024.”
As with all our recent builds, the new homes will be environmentally friendly, with high levels of insulation, highly
efficient heating systems and integrated solar panels.
They will also feature extra ventilation and LED lighting. As well as starting work on these two new projects, new homes are taking shape at County Flats on Aberavon seafront. This landmark development includes 55 new flats and the renovation of a further 72.
The project will use innovative technology and cutting-edge construction methods to create some of the most sustainable homes in Wales.
The Pant Celydd development will consist of 25 units:
• 16 x 1-bed flat
• 4 x 2-bed flat
• 4 x 2-bed houses
• 1 x 3-bed house
52 units will be built at Eaglesbush
• 14 x 1-bed flats
• 2 x 2-bed flats
• 5 x 2-bed bungalows
• 22 x 2-bed houses
• 6 x 3-bed houses
• 3 x 4-bed house