WORK is set to resume on a Flintshire housing scheme after the collapse of a developer.

Work on the 100 affordable homes on the Northern Gateway site in Deeside mothballed after Lane End Developments Construction went into administration in April.

The company was working alongside social housing group ClwydAlyn on the project, as well another for 77 new homes in Llandudno.

However, work is set to recommence after ClwydAlyn appointed a new developer to complete the new housing schemes. 

ClwydAlyn executive director for development, Craig Sparrow, said: "Following the collapse of the Lane End Group who were to deliver 177 new homes for ClwydAlyn in Llandudno and Deeside, work has been taking place to appoint new contractors to recommence the sites. 

"St Asaph-based Pure Developments has been appointed to construct the Llandudno project of 77 new homes and Castle Green, also based in St Asaph, has been appointed to the Northern Gateway site in Deeside for 100 new homes."


He added: "Some preliminary works and design details are taking place prior to the main works starting which is now planned for the new year."

The Northern Gateway development comprises of:

  • 6 one-bedroom apartments
  • 18 two-bedroom apartments
  • 5 two-bedroom bungalows
  • 31 two-bedroom homes
  • 34 three-bedroom homes
  • 6 four-bedroom homes