Projects

Hays Lane, Sageston

Client: Millbay Homes and Ateb

VALUE: £11M

Morgan Construction Wales Ltd is delighted to be working with Ateb Group and Millbay Homes on a major development at Sagetson, Pembrokeshire. MCW is delivering a first phase of 30 open market homes for Millbay and 40 affordable Social Rented homes for Ateb – a scheme that has benefitted from funding through Welsh Government’s Innovative Housing Programme. Works have included site clearance of structures from the former RAF Carew Cheriton airfield, followed by all infrastructure and residential works. Project commenced with site clearance works in early 2021 and start on main works in May ‘21

Parc Peris, Llanon, Ceredigion

Client: Morgan Homes and WWHA

VALUE: £6.4M

A development of 34 new homes on the outskirts of the village of Llanon near Aberaeron. 10 units being built on behalf of Wales and West Housing Association– the remainder for sale on the open market by Morgan Homes. The scheme therefore includes affordable Social Rented homes, and a mix of 2,3 and 4 bedroom houses and bungalows. All houses benefit from Air Source Heat Pumps, with private houses also having PV and car charging – making this a very sustainable development. Works required a new junction to the A487 trunk road involving liaison with Welsh Government and their Agents and preparation of a first SAB drainage agreement with Ceredigion CC – all led through planning and technical design by MCW and their consultant team.

Brynygroes, Ystrdagynlais

Client: Morgan Homes

VALUE: £20M +

Following receipt of detailed planning in early 2022 MCW will be commencing works on this major development of 110 new homes in Summer of 2022.  MCW has led the detailed planning application – working with Powys to deal with a number of issues including highway access, watercourses, mining and contaminated land. MCW’s professional team include Asbri (Planning Agents), RLH (Architectural), CB3 (Engineers), Terra Firma (Ground investigation), LvW (Transport) and RDS Landscaping. Whilst there are a number of engineering challenges posed by the history and topography of the site we believe this will be a sought after development within walking distance of Ystradgynlais town centre and some fantastic countryside whilst being an easy commute of the South Wales business centres.

Awel yr Afon, Cardigan

Client: Tai Ceredigion

VALUE: £1.4M

Construction of 11 new homes to for social rent. JCT D&B scheme awarded following competitive tender process. Works include design to DQR standard, technical design and adoption agreements for infrastructure. Project completed Autumn 2020.

Glasfryn Road, St Davids

Client: Ateb Group

VALUE: £9.6M

Construction of 70 new dwellings in the city of St Davids within the Pembrokeshire Coastal Park. 32 houses for sale through Millbay and 38 homes for social rent for Ateb. MCW responsible for discharge of planning conditions to a complex consent in the national park and design and construct of all infrastructure and houses to a new 8 acre site. All groundworks and infrastructure works are being delivered by MCW’s directly employed operatives and plant, and we have continued to invest in our modern fleet of equipment with all excavators fitted with GPS technology to maximise efficiency. We have employed locally and are working with local suppliers wherever possible.

Churchfields, Newport, Pembrokeshire

Client: WWHA and Morgan Homes

VALUE: £6.25M

This is a prestigious and exciting development comprising quality social and private homes in the much sought after location of Newport, Pembrokeshire. Working closely with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park MCW was successful in securing planning consent and discharging some sensitive pre-commencement conditions in relation to ecology and archaeology in particular. The design brief was to develop a scheme to compliment the beautiful surroundings of the Pembrokeshire Coast and Mynydd Carnigli and comprises timber windows, slate roofs, traditional render throughout and re-introduction of native hedgebanks. The site is being developed on a constrained site which required careful planning and phasing to manage the impact on the surrounding community. 14 much needed social homes were handed over to Wales & West Housing Association in November ’19 whilst work on the first phase of 22 houses progresses for sale in early to mid-2020 (www.morganhomes.co.uk)