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NEW HOMES • NEW DEVELOPMENTS


Redrow South Wales employee awarded prestigious Sales Consultant of the Year Award


Run annually, Redrow’s Sales Consultant of the Year Award recognises Sales Consultants for their hard work


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dedication to hitting and exceeding the company’s sales targets and customer service standards. Awarded to an employee within each of Redrow’s divisions, the prestigious award considers the consultants performance against their targets in areas such as sales, revenue targets, and conversion of leads to sales. From a customer service perspective, the award criteria also focusses on mystery shopper scores and overall buyer feedback. Tis year, Amanda Canning, who is currently based at Redrow’s Tinkinswood Green development in St Nicholas, Vale of Glamorgan, has been chosen for the award


following her successful year of exceptional service to customers, and dedication to the job. A Redrow employee for seventeen years, Amanda has worked on developments across South Wales, stretching from Swansea to Newport. On her selection for the awards, Amanda commented: “It’s been a huge honour to win this award for a job that I love doing. I work for a wonderful company within a great team, selling beautiful homes to lovely clients, whilst helping to build new communities.” Sian Smith, Area Sales Manager, added: “Being able to recognise the effort and dedication of employees across our developments is a real pleasure. As a National company, the personal touch that our Sales Consultants add to their development does not


Planners give the green light to latest phase of homes in Barry


The latest phase of development on the Barry waterfront has been given the go-ahead by planners with Barratt Homes naming its new phase Waterside @ The Quays.


Sales director Richard Lawson said he was delighted to be starting work on the new phase following the success of the development with all homes at Reflections @ The Quays now sold. “Barry is an important redevelopment project and has become an extremely sought-after location for homebuyers,” said Richard. “This will be our third phase of development here and we will be offering a range of apartments and houses to provide the widest range possible for buyers.” A total of 145 homes are set to be built in the new phase with one and two bedroom apartments planned together with two, three and four bedroom houses. “The layout of this development has been created with a whole host of lifestyles in mind - from sole occupants and couples to growing families. This is very important to us. We know there is a need for new and accessible housing in this region, and our home designers have done us proud here.” To register your interest in the new homes call 0844 5710 385 or visit www.barratthomes.co.uk.


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go unnoticed and the customer feedback we receive deserves to be rewarded. “Amanda has been a member of the Redrow South Wales sales team for over fiſteen years and I’m sure all colleagues would join me in saying that she is fully deserving of this


year’s award. Amanda has assisted hundreds of customers to move in to Redrow homes across South Wales and it shows in the customer feedback we receive that Amanda goes above and beyond to ensure all of our customers have a positive home-buying experience.”


Fresh future for former colliery site as


Lovell unveils £25m, 153-home scheme HOMES DEVELOPER LOVELL will start work this summer on a £25 million development set to bring 153 much-needed new homes to a former colliery site near the South Wales Valleys town of Merthyr Tydfil. Te old Merthyr Vale Colliery will be transformed with 110 two-, three- and four bedroom homes for open market sale and 43 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom affordable houses and apartments. Specifically designed to meet the needs of local people, the development at the Project Riverside site will offer high-quality homes for a range of buyers with the affordable homes set to be available through Merthyr Tydfil Housing Association. Lovell regional managing director Kate Rees says, “We’re proud to be working alongside Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council and Merthyr Tydfil Housing Association to bring about this new future for the colliery site, and to be developing such a fantastic collection of homes which we’re confident will appeal to buyers at all stages of the property ladder from those buying their very first property, to families looking to upsize.” Karen Courts, chief executive of Merthyr Tydfil Housing Association, comments: “Te scheme will provide 43 units of affordable housing for rent and will provide a significant boost for the area, both by helping to meet local housing needs and through the creation of employment and training opportunities.” Cllr Geraint Tomas, portfolio member for Regeneration & Public Protection at Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council, says: “Tis development has been a long time in the making and shows the unwavering commitment of the Council over many years, to the regeneration of


the middle valley region of Merthyr Tydfil. Tis


brand-new housing development will build upon the Housing Renewal programme and the state-of-the-art school development nearby, which the Council delivered in Aberfan and Merthyr Vale in recent years. Te provision of high-quality, new homes for local people and those wishing to relocate to this area reflects the growing confidence in Merthyr Tydfil as an attractive and vibrant area to live, work and visit.” Situated between Merthyr Vale and Aberfan, with


the River Taff curving to the west of the development, the new community will feature attractive tree-lined streets with plentiful areas of open green space. Te development’s first open market homes are expected to be available for sale in the autumn of 2018. Te new housing development, which will be known as Ymyl Yr Afon, is the latest stage in the reinvention of the former colliery – which closed in 1989 – through a major regeneration programme delivered by Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council, with support from the Welsh Government. Key elements so far have included the construction of a new access road, Golwg yr Afon, which runs through the housing site and a brand-new primary school, Ynysowen Community Primary School, close by. Now the location of the former colliery, which has lain empty for a number of years, will help tackle the lack of new homes in the County Borough Council area. Te new development will enjoy


excellent public


transport links with Merthyr Vale railway station and bus stops both within walking distance. It is also easily reached by road with the A470 – which leads south to the M4 and Cardiff or north to the Brecon Beacons National Park – only a short distance away. Footpaths and cycle ways are also being created through the housing development. Alongside the new homes, the development will also bring fresh benefits for the local economy and community with a significant amount of training and job opportunities set to be generated during the three- year construction programme. Tese will include apprenticeships and graduate opportunities and jobs for three new entrants to the construction industry. Lovell will also commemorate the history of the site and local area via a series of community projects. Ymyl Yr Afon is a brand new Lovell Homes development of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes for sale in Merthyr Vale and available to purchase with the Help to Buy – Wales Scheme*. For updates on the new homes for sale and to register your early interest, please visit www.lovellnewhomes.co.uk or contact our sales team on 01685 868 366.


Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser - Friday 8th June 2018 - 17


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