TENANTS have moved into a new £9.6m housing ClwydAlyn housing development in Llangefni.

A total of 60 new affordable homes are being developed on land near to the Coleg Menai Pencraig campus on Anglesey. 

Twelve homes are ready and keys have been handed to 12 new tenants.

The project is being delivered in partnership with Welsh Government, Anglesey County Council and North Wales based contractor Anwyl Partnerships.

The development includes two and three bedroom homes, varying from apartments, semi-detached and terraced homes.

Tom Boome, Head of Technical, Innovation and Climate at ClwydAlyn, said: “All these homes have been constructed using low carbon technologies where the development has used a structural timber frame solution that combines with modern construction methods to create dwellings that have improved airtightness and thermal performance characteristics.

“This has enabled ClwydAlyn to present homes that will have a considerable reduction in heat loss, with lower energy demands that will contribute to lowering our carbon emissions, with the aim to also generate annual savings on energy bills.


“This scheme will play a significant part in reducing our carbon footprint and also plays a pivotal role in ClwydAlyn’s Environmental and Sustainability vision where our goal is to address climate change challenges in a sustainable and economic way.

“We are delighted with what has been achieved so far at the Coleg Menai Pencraig site for ClwydAlyn and our partners. Not only does it form a significant part in our house building programme, where we aim to deliver to deliver a further 1500 new homes in North Wales by 2025; it has also provided us with the knowledge and skillset needed to enable us to peruse our green ambitions and continue to build houses that are fit for the future.”

Works began in Autumn 2021.

The 4.2 acre site was formerly part of the college campus.