"Wrexham has been identified as one of the fastest-moving markets" – The Independent.
"House Prices growth in Wales outstrips the rest of the UK as a whole" – BBC News
Clearly, Wrexham is a desirable place to live. The numbers speak for themselves. People are moving here and property values are increasing. The Council has identified that at least 8,525 homes are needed in the next 15 years to cope with demand in the area. Demand is coming from first-time buyers, growing families and those looking to downsize.
As such, the plans for land south of Holt Road will deliver up to 600 new homes to meet this demand and respond to local housing needs. Our vision builds on this identified local need and an ambition to deliver a local community that Wrexham can be proud of.
The vision for new homes in Wrexham is being brought forward by Barratt Homes and Bloor Homes North West. This partnership brings together expertise and a track record for delivering new, high-quality homes across the UK. With two developers set to deliver these homes, the development will be designed to complement and enhance the existing community.
Building for Wrexham
Delivering the ambitious economic growth that Wrexham and North Wales wants to achieve needs new homes. Our plans compliment the plans of the Borough.
Building for Our Community
Your feedback and views will inform our plans. Our proposals, therefore, will be built on the views of the local community. We want to know your opinion and how you think the proposals should take shape for existing and future residents.
Building for an Active Population
Our plans include open spaces, public footpaths and links to the cycle network. Our proposals are designed to help people be active and stay active; encouraging people to rely less on cars where possible.
Building for the Future
Modern, in-keeping designs built to the highest standards. Our proposals will help Wrexham prepare for the future, delivering the new homes needed to drive Wrexham forward.
We would like to hear your view on the proposals, so please get in touch and tell us what you think.