Former Blue Dragon Hotel
Newport Road, Roath, Cardiff
49
Apartments

About this development

There will be 49 new homes primarily for people over the age of 55.

The development is designed over four floors with all apartments looking out over a landscaped, private inner courtyard.

Entry to the apartments is through an open, attractive foyer area leading to lifts to all floors.

Each apartment has an open-plan kitchen/dining area, lounge, one or two bedrooms and bathroom with a separate shower. They are fitted with gas central heating and storage space.

Outside there is a separate secure storage building for bikes and electric scooters.

The development is a mix of 1 and 2 bed apartments – all social rented

Location
What does Roath have to offer? 

Roath is a popular, vibrant area within Cardiff, just a short walk or bus ride to the city centre. Newport Road is home to a variety of shops and supermarkets, including Marks and Spencer, Argos, Morrisons and Aldi. It is also close to neighbouring villages of Penylan and Roath Park which both offer a real sense of community and have several large parkscafes and shops. 

There is a bus stop close to the scheme with regular buses into the city centre and other areas in Cardiff. 

Who should I contact about the development?

For all enquiries about this development, please email development.queries@wwha.co.uk 

How to apply 

When completed these properties will be allocated through Cardiff Council’s Common Housing Register, to join the register you will need to contact Cardiff Council: 

Website: www.cardiff.gov.uk 

Telephone: 029 2053 7111 

 

 

What does Roath have to offer? 

Roath is a popular, vibrant area within Cardiff, just a short walk or bus ride to the city centre. Newport Road is home to a variety of shops and supermarkets, including Marks and Spencer, Argos, Morrisons and Aldi. It is also close to neighbouring villages of Penylan and Roath Park which both offer a real sense of community and have several large parkscafes and shops. 

There is a bus stop close to the scheme with regular buses into the city centre and other areas in Cardiff. 

Who should I contact about the development?

For all enquiries about this development, please email development.queries@wwha.co.uk 

How to apply 

When completed these properties will be allocated through Cardiff Council’s Common Housing Register, to join the register you will need to contact Cardiff Council: 

Website: www.cardiff.gov.uk 

Telephone: 029 2053 7111 

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