Future Developments

Our ambition is to build more homes to help tackle the shortage of affordable housing in Wales.

We’re building more homes than ever before – the types of homes people want to live in, in the areas they want to live. In many areas we are working towards carbon neutral in materials and construction, resulting in near zero energy consumption in occupation.

CGI image of WWH's Colchester Avenue multi storey apartment building

Colchester Avenue


Colchester Avenue is located in the popular area of Penylan and just a short bus ride to the city centre. This development of 50 apartments is a short walk from Newport Road, home to a variety of shops and supermarkets.

Pen Y Banc

Penrhyncoch, Ceredigion

We are working with Castlemead Developments to build 19 new homes in the village of Penrhyncoch near Aberystwyth.

CGI of WWH multi-purpose building at the site of the Former Cardigan Hospital

Former Cardigan Hospital Site

Cardigan, Ceredigion

We are working to redevelop the former Cardigan Hospital site at the gateway to the town to bring 34 eco-friendly homes for affordable rent for local people and new offices to the area.

CGI of two semi detached houses at Heol Berwyn

Heol Berwyn


Heol Berwyn is a proposed development of 34 affordable homes for rent. The scheme would feature two bed houses, three bed houses, two bed bungalows and one bed bungalows.

CGI of WWH three storey apartment building Cwrt Pentwmpath

Bryn Morfa

Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire

Land east of Bryn Morfa is a proposed development of 31 homes for rent on land at Bryn Morfa, Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire.

CGI image of Maes Merydd development

Golwg Y Llan


We are working with our long-term construction partners Jones Brothers (Henllan) Ltd to develop 23 new homes in the village of Eglwyswrw.