Barratt Homes has resumed work at Hanbury Locks in Torfaen, Cwmbran – and is set to welcome potential buyers in the coming weeks and months.
The site first opened last October, launching from its Hanbury Village development, also in Cwmbran.
Richard Lawson, sales director for Barratt Homes South Wales said: “As Covid-19 took hold, and the subsequent lockdown, building projects across the whole country slowed down. However, as it is now safe to do so, building has recommenced full-throttle to ensure these much-needed new homes are built.
“Hanbury Locks has been in particularly high demand because it offers something for everyone, an attractive selection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes located canal-side in a semi-rural area, but close to all local amenities. It’s easy to see why the site is very popular, attracting a range of buyers from first-time purchasers to growing families.”
Barratt Homes is also back to building at its other developments across South Wales, including the newly-launched Brunel Quarter site in Chepstow, the popular Waterside at the Quays in Barry and Chapel Fields in Loughor, near Swansea.
This post has originally been featured in Property Wire.