An outstanding £9m extra care scheme in Aberystwyth has been handed over by Anwyl Partnerships to housing provider, Wales & West Housing.
The stunning coastal development overlooks the Welsh shoreline and includes 56 one- and two-bedroom apartments.
The scheme offers a much needed additional housing option in Ceredigion, where residents can live independently in their own home with the reassurance of a 24 hour emergency response service on site.
“We’re incredibly pleased to be able to handover this fantastic scheme to Wales & West Housing.
“This is a large and impressive extra care facility built in an incredible setting. Planning has been key in order to work with and around site conditions, with extensive enablement works being required initially to prepare the site for the new development”.
Mike Nevitt, Managing Director at Anwyl Partnerships commented.
The scheme is now fully complete and handed over, ready to welcome new residents.
“The completion of Maes y Môr is a proud moment for us as it is our first extra care scheme in Ceredigion. We are pleased to have worked together with Anwyl Partnerships and Ceredigion County Council to deliver the scheme, which provides much-needed accommodation for extra care within the county.
“Residents will be able to enjoy modern facilities and excellent views over Aberystwyth, all with the peace of mind of knowing there is access to care and support on-site 24 hours a day.”
Gareth Thomas, Regional Development Manager for Wales & West Housing in West Wales, said.