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£1.2M Environmental Improvement Project for Council Tenants in Denbighshire Unveiled

Miliwn o resymau i denantiaid y Cyngor ddathlu yn Llanelwy

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A major £1.2 million environmental improvement project for council tenants in St Asaph has been unveiled by Denbighshire Housing Service.

The areas where improvements are taking place are:

  • Bro Havard
  • Heol Afon
  • Part of Heol Clwyd
  • Ffordd Newydd
  • Part of Llwyn Elwy

This exciting project will deliver a number of improvements including highways and footpath reconstruction, together with environmental landscaping. On completion, the area will benefit from better parking facilities, traffic calming measures and open area landscaping. Investment in the project will come from Denbighshire Housing, with support from the wider County Council and the Welsh Government.

Preparations work started in April 2017, with the project due to start in full in September, when highways and footpath reconstruction work will begin.

Landscaping and other environmental improvement works will begin in early 2018.

Councillor Tony Thomas, Cabinet Lead Member for Housing, said:

“The significant investment in the project reflects the commitment of the housing team in investing in communities and creating positive places to live.

“We look forward to working with the local community to deliver these improvements and create a vibrant environment that they can be proud to be a part of. This is one of a number of community based projects underway across the county, with a firm commitment by the team to improving the quality of life for local people through quality developments”.