Community facilities such as the Old Engine House Boys & Girls Club - one of Britain’s best youth facilities - are plentiful. There are playing fields and playgrounds, and a good number of footpaths for dog walking and cycling which are all popular with local residents.
Robert Evans, Associate with Development Land at Cooke & Arkwright, who is marketing the site on behalf of the Council comments, “Merthyr Tydfil Borough Council is seeking interest from developers who can deliver much needed housing for the area that is accessible to everyone. There is a network of relatively new roads linking local facilities in the area, as well as to the Heads of the Valleys Road, and providing easy access to the Midlands, the A470 to Cardiff and the M4. This is an attractive opportunity in a sustainable location where the development will benefit and enhance the local community.”
Merthyr Tydfil has benefited from regeneration schemes and inward investment in recent years, and was recently placed fifth – the only Welsh contender – in the annual Great British High Street competition’s town centre category. Currently there are multi-million pound proposals to redevelop Cyfarthfa Castle in the grounds of Cyfarthfa Park, which is popular with visitors.
Conditional and unconditional bids are invited on an informal basis by no later than 12pm, 1st December 2016. For further information please contact Robert Evans on 02920 346336 or Caryl Howell on 02920 346353.