Posted: Wed 20th Sep 2023

Demolition plans for flats in Rhosddu to make way for new housing for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Sep 20th, 2023

A two storey block of flats in Rhosddu could soon be demolished to make way for new housing.

Clwyd Alyn Housing Association have put forward plans to knock down the building at 24 Park Street.

Currently the building is split into four bedsits.

Under the new plans the land would be used to build two semi-detached properties.

Designs submitted to Wrexham Council show that the new homes would consist of a living room, open plan kitchen and dining space and a toilet on the ground floor.

The first floor would two bedrooms and a bathroom.

Gardens and new parking provision would also be provided for both of the dwellings.

The application will be considered for approval by Wrexham Council at a later date.

Pictures: Planning documents submitted to the local authority

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