Whether it’s city centre regeneration, new methods of construction or low carbon homes, Coastal is always at the vanguard of new approaches to housing in Wales.
Here’s a selection of some of our most recently completed developments and those that are are currently in development.
click the + sign to view each of our developments
As part of the ongoing redevelopment of the Kingsway in Swansea, Coastal are partnering with the local council and Welsh Government to to help deliver their green infrastructure objectives and bring the first green walls to Swansea. Thanks to Welsh Governments Transforming Towns Grant and Green Infrastructure Grant.
Green walls (also known as plant walls, living walls or vertical gardens) incorporate nature into urban environments and can benefit the area by improving air quality in the city, improving urban biodiversity and reducing and absorbing noise levels from city centre traffic.
With a contract value of £1m, contractors Intelle Construction, will bring other upgrade works to the building to include visual enhancements to all the external walls, with new windows throughout and new roof coverings.
With works having begun in May 2021, the initial phase will be followed by works to refurbish all internal spaces in the upper floors of the building to accommodate start-up and growing enterprises.
Phase 1 is expected to complete in late 2021.
A development of 70 new homes in Pennard, this project will deliver a mixture of much needed open market and affordable housing in the Gower to those with a local connection.
With 19 of the total homes being available for social rent, we’re working alongside Down To Earth Construction to build 6 of these homes, which will be built with funding from Welsh Government’s Innovative Housing Programme. Down To Earth are a not for profit organisation who work with vulnerable groups to promote health and well-being through construction projects.
Receiving funding from the Welsh Government’s Innovative Housing Programme, this exciting project brings the first modular homes to Coastal. With 50 homes in total, 8 modular and 42 traditionally built homes, this development will include bungalows, houses and flats all for social rent. With handover of the modular homes expected in Autumn of 2021, the final handover of the development is due Summer 2022.
Our modular homes were delivered in sections weighing 11 tons, that were then hoisted into place on a pre-prepared slab for connection to utilities and final works. All of the modular homes were manufactured off site by Ilke Homes at its factory in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire and then delivered to our site in Neath. Benefits of building modular homes include a shorter construction time as well as reducing carbon emissions by half of site built homes.
Watch the first home being installed at the development with our Project Manager Stephen Yancek and our flyover of the development as it progresses.
Expected to complete in Autumn 2021, this development will compromise of 2 one bed apartments, 10 two bed apartments and 5 commercial units.
The contractors for this development are Hale Construction, with a contract value of £2.2m, financed with £1m Social Housing Grant from the Welsh Government and private finances.
Watch artists create our eye-catching hoarding at this site!
Expected completion in Autumn 2022, this development will see an old supermarket demolished to make way for 29 new homes of both flats and houses as well as 2 commercial units.
Close to Morriston hospital, this site is only a mile away from our other development, Rhydypandy and has easy access to the M4 making this the perfect location for commuters.
Morganstone are the contractors for this development which benefits from Social Housing grant and has a contract value of £3.2m.
Expected completion in Winter 2021, this development sees an old greenfield site transformed into 41 new homes, comprising of flats, bungalows and houses.
Situated in Gowerton, this development is less than 5 miles from the M4, as well as being situated near Gowerton railway and local schools.
Jones Brothers are the contractors for this site, which benefits from Social Housing grant and has a contract value of £6m.
This existing development will see the lower ground of unused space converted into 6 one bed apartments to help tackle homelessness.
We are delighted to be playing a part in the next phase of addressing street homelessness in Swansea over the longer term through this strategic partnership with the local council.
Handover will be due in late 2021.
Completed in September 2021, this development saw the upper two floors of this Castle Street building converted into 22 new homes, positioned perfectly for access into the city centre as well as bus and train links close by.
The ground floor has commercial units which are currently leased by businesses such as Kaspas, Cinema&Co and Nines. The scheme had a total grant allocation of £1.9 million which was made up of £1.1 million of social housing grants and a further £800,000 with recycled capital grants.
Completed in June 2021, our Rhydypandy development is situated in the town of Morriston, Swansea, close to Morriston Hospital.
This development compromises of 9 two bed houses, and 11 three bed houses, all of which are powered by electricity and include solar panels on each home.
The contractor on this development was Ashgrove Homes who are a subsidiary of Edenstone Group. The contract value for this project was over £2.82m, which included Grant Funding of £1.92m.
Completed in February 2021, this development now known as Clos Y Chware, has a total of 23 new homes. These are made up of a mix of 8 one bed flats, 2 two bed flats, 7 three bed houses and 6 two bed houses.
With a contract value of £2.82m, this project received £1.93m in Social Housing Grant funding from Welsh Government.
The contractor in this site was TRJ.
We recently completed 6 low-carbon locally sourced timber framed homes in Ammanford with our developers Western Solar, using funding from the Innovative Housing Programme.
The homes are 100% powered by electricity, incorporating solar panels on the roof which reduce energy bills for the residents
Watch our video to find out more!
Handed over in December 2020, this development compromises of apartments, houses and retail units at the former Pines Country Club in Treboeth. The name of the new road is Clos Calon Lan which we chose to maintain links to the local community, as Daniel James from Treboeth wrote the poem Calon Lan in the 1890’s before it was then composed as hymn.
The development also boasts retail units, of which Jenkins Bakery have occupied one unit and are now open for business, the other larger unit is let to Tesco who have just started their fit-out and will be open in early 2021.
Morganstone were the developers on this site with a contract value of just over £3.8m, with £2.5m secured in Social Housing Grant from the Welsh Government to fund this development.
Handed over in 2020, this is the sixth and final phase that has now completed the development that originally began in 2012.
Consisting on 6 three bed homes and 2 two bed homes, the development has impressive views across the Swansea Valley towards Mynydd Marchywel.
With a contract value of £1.28m, this project was financed through a mixture of Social Housing Grant and private finance.
This development, situated in Bridgend completed in July 2020 and comprises of two commercial units as well as providing 8 one bed flats and 2 two bed flats.
The contract value for this project was £1.4m and received funding from a combination of Social Housing Grant, Vibrant and Viable Places funding, Housing Finance Grant and Targeted Regeneration Investment funding.
The contractor on site was T. Richard Jones (Betws) Ltd.
This tool allows you to manage cookies from the Coastal web site and third parties.
You can update your preferences at any time by clicking on the icon at the bottom of this page.
Necessary – cannot be deselected. Necessary cookies help make a website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.