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Work starts on 71 new homes in Cross Hands

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Work has begun on more than 70 new houses in Cross Hands, the builder today announced.

Persimmon Homes is pushing on with its third and final phase of work at its Maes y Parc development off Heol y Parc.

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One of the homes at the Maes yr Parc development
(Image: Persimmon Homes)

The first two phases of the project – made up of 88 and 43 properties respectively – were a huge success with househunters.

The final phase will be made up of 71 homes, five of which will be ‘affordable’, on approximately five acres of land.

Preparatory work started last week and the first homes are due to go on sale in the summer.

Sharon Bouhali, Sales Director for Persimmon Homes West Wales, said: “We are delighted to be progressing with phase three of Maes y Parc.

“There is a real need for good quality homes in this area. Our first two phases were extremely successful and we have no doubts that these new houses will prove equally as popular, particularly with expanding families and first-time buyers.

“We will have a good mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes available in various styles and designs.

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“We look forward to releasing the properties onto the market and helping more people find their dream home.”

The site is within easy walking distance of Maes yr Yrfa Comprehensive School.

A successful retail park has emerged adjacent to the development in recent years, featuring a range of household names, including Lidl, B&M Retail Ltd, Costa Coffee, Iceland Foods Ltd, David Jenkins Ltd, Dominos PLC and Pets at Home.

The Government-backed Help to Buy – Wales scheme is available at Maes y Parc, an initiative where buyers only need a five per cent deposit.

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