New council energy efficient apartments in Prestatyn are ready to welcome residents through the front door.

Construction work has been completed on the four, one-bedroom apartments on the site of the former Bodnant School canteen, on Caradoc Road.

Denbighshire Housing’s low carbon apartments are certified to the energy-efficient Passivhaus standard. Their construction, undertaken by North Wales based Peter T Griffiths Building Contractors, was part funded by the Welsh Government through its Innovative Housing Programme.

The new homes are part of the Council’s drive to tackle the waiting times for accommodation by fully addressing the need for more housing provision. They have been built with high energy efficiency to reduce our Tenant’s cost of living pressures and simultaneously help Denbighshire and Wales achieve its net carbon zero targets

Cllr Rhys Thomas, Lead Member for Housing and Communities at Denbighshire County Council said: “We are delighted to be in a position to welcome residents to these new council homes in Prestatyn and grateful for all the support of our partners who worked on this project.”

“Ensuring there are homes available to meet the needs of county residents is a priority for us. These apartments will help meet the housing needs of residents by providing quality accommodation that is affordable as well as offering the highest levels of build quality to help reduce energy consumption and minimise carbon emissions and lower household bills.”