Plans have been put forward to build a new supported housing scheme in Llay.
In an application submitted to Wrexham Council it has been proposed that the scheme, which would provide accommodation for four residents, is built on land at Eleventh Avenue in Llay.
Background about the proposals are provided within the application’s design and access statement, which explains that “Ainsley Gommon Architects have been appointed by First Choice Housing Association to develop proposals for a new build supported housing” at the site.
It is also noted that the scheme has been “developed in partnership with Wrexham County Borough Council following the identification of housing need for four no. residents with high support needs within the Llay area.”
The development would be based across two floors, with the “ground floor providing two one-bedroom apartments for residents with high support needs”.
Each apartment is described as having an open plan kitchen, living and dining areas, bedroom and assisted bathroom.
A staff base would also be located between the two apartments, with the application stating that two jobs will be created if the development is given the go ahead.
The application explains that the staff based would have “its own front door, with links through to the shared communal staircase, providing access to two further apartments on the first floor and a staff sleep-in room”.
Two parking spaces and four disabled parking spaces will also be provided on the site.
The application will be considered for approval at a later date.
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