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  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales
  • Seven Oaks Timber Frame/ SIP Manufacturer Wales

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Amman Road, Brynamman

Description
The properties consist of 12 two bed semi-detached bungalows built in the village of Brynamman providing local affordable housing.

This was a joint development alongside King Edward Road, Tairgwaith, Gwaun Cae Gurwen for Grŵp Gwalia. Hale Construction worked on both sites simultaneously using local suppliers and sub-contractors this enabled Gwalia to achieve cost savings and a reduced carbon footprint.

The bungalows are of timber frame construction produced by Hale Construction’s sister company Seven Oaks Timber Frame.  Level access throughout ensures ease of flow throughout the properties.

Points of Interest
The development is close to the Ynys Dawela Nature Park and the Black Mountain Pass. The Welsh Government provided a £1.160M Social Housing Grant to Gwalia for the two developments.

Client: Grŵp Gwalia Cyf
Architect: Dewi Evans Architects

Contract: Supply & Fit

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