The scheme, which has delivered 33 affordable homes, has also provided three apprenticeship opportunities and two employment opportunities for local young people who were not previously in education, employment or training.
The Minister observed how the scheme has ‘moved away from the traditional aesthetic of social housing’ and is 'clearly a safe, homely environment for those living [there]’. Inside one tenant’s property she commented how quickly it had been turned from a flat to a home.
When asked by the minister what impact Llys Eurwg will have on their life one tenant said ‘I cannot believe how helpful Taff have been, I love it here and so do my family’.
It is the first time that Taff have worked with CJ Construction and we would like to extend our thanks to all who helped to handover the scheme on time.