Two substantial residential development opportunities in south-west Wales have been brought to the market by Cooke & Arkwright's Development Land department. The first, a 15.7 acre site at Brynhir on the outskirts of Tenby, and owned by Pembrokeshire County Council, is allocated for 168 dwellings and offers outstanding views over Carmarthen Bay. The second is a former BT site in Swansea with a resolution to grant up to 73 units.
The proposed site in Tenby lies to the east of the Narberth to Tenby road and is currently used for agricultural purposes. It is located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the views extend as far as Caldey and Lundy islands.
In Swansea, a 5.3 acre former BT site at Heol y Gors has a resolution to grant outline planning for 73 residential units with no affordable provision. It includes administration buildings, stores and surfaced parking and is located adjacent to the residential area of Townhill.
Click here for further details on the site in Tenby or Swansea, or email Robert Evans or call him on 02920 346336.