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Work restarts on first Pembrokeshire Council houses in a generation

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Work has restarted on the building of the first new Council houses in Pembrokeshire for more than 25 years.

Work on the Cranham Park development in Johnston had been on hold since the original contractor went into administration.

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Pembrokeshire County Council has since appointed WB Griffiths to take over the work to complete the 33 homes on the site of the former primary school.

WB Griffiths staff have been on site for around three weeks, setting up, tidying the site and recommencing building works.

Neil Griffiths, Director of WB Griffiths said: “We are delighted to continue our relationship working with Pembrokeshire County Council, supporting local contractors and local supply chains to deliver the first Council housing development in a generation.”

Cllr Michelle Bateman, Council Cabinet Member for Housing, said: “I am very pleased to see the recommencement of works on site.

“This is an important housing project for the Council and I look forward to seeing the homes completed towards the end of the year.”

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(Lead image: Pembrokeshire Council)

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