A HOUSE builder has acquired land in Rhyl for a further 109 homes.

Anwyl Homes is extending its successful Parc Aberkinsey venture with the purchase of almost nine additional acres of land.

The site, to the South East of the town, off Dyserth Road, benefits from full planning permission.

Anwyl’s new phase will feature a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes in a mix of mews, semi-detached and detached styles, including 11 affordable properties.

Phil Dolan, managing director for Anwyl Homes Cheshire and North Wales, said: “Our latest phase at Parc Aberkinsey in Rhyl will provide more than 100 additional new homes at this hugely popular development to meet strong demand locally. With all homes on earlier phases now sold out, this will be welcome news for house hunters in the area ranging from first time buyers to growing families and downsizers.

“All homes will benefit from private gardens and off-road parking, while there will also be an equipped play area for children.

“The location benefits from being on the edge of an established residential community with all of the amenities of Rhyl close by, while enjoying an open aspect and views over the surrounding countryside and farmland.

As part of the planning agreement, Anwyl Homes will be providing contributions of £416,000 towards primary education, £48,000 towards secondary education, and funding for an off-site play area of over £36,000.

In July, members of Denbighshire council’s planning committee unanimously gave the thumbs up to the fifth stage of development at Parc Aberkinsey.

There were 15 resident objections, with the main concerns being around surface water retention and schools and local services like doctors being unable to cope with the influx of new people.

Residents pointed to traffic problems already witnessed in the area and the extra burden on highways. There was also concern about local wildlife being displaced by the new estate.

Work is due to start on site in January, with show homes due to open and the first residents moving in around autumn 2022.