Completed developments

Here are the details for all of our completed development projects:

Springfield Court, Church Village

Springfield text  

Completed during Autumn 2016, Springfield Court is Trivallis’ first development scheme, constructed on the site of three blocks of maisonettes which were demolished in 2014. The scheme provides 40 affordable homes, ranging from one bedroom walk-up flats to a 5 bedroom adapted property.

The development was supported by Social Housing Grant and the Smaller Properties programme from Welsh Government, which was distributed from Rhondda Cynon Taf’s allocation. In line with Social Housing Grant funding, the scheme meets all Welsh Government requirements as well as the design criteria including; Development Quality Requirements (DQR), Secured by Design (SBD) and Lifetime Homes.

The scheme was constructed by Jehu Project Services and the wider project team was made up of Tony King Architects, Austin Partnership Consulting Engineers and Strongs Partnership who acted as the Employer’s Agent.

The project won a bronze award at the Considerate Constructors Scheme 2017 National Site Awards and was highly commended in the community benefit category at the 2017 RICS Wales Awards.

 

56-58 Taff Street, Pontypridd

Taff Street

This development is Trivallis’ first scheme in Pontypridd town centre, working in partnership with developer Edwards Investments.

The scheme incorporates a large commercial space on the ground floor with apartments created above. Trivallis’ part of the scheme has delivered 12 one and two bedroom apartments for affordabe rent, at the heart of the town centre with good access to all amenities, including the town's main rail and bus stations. The retail unit on the ground floor has been retained by the developer and is occupied by a high street clothing store.

The scheme was supported by Welsh Government and Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council receiving funding from their Vibrant and Viable Places programme.

The scheme was constructed by Edwards Investments and featured a project team made up of Tony King Architects, Vale Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers and Strongs Partnership.

Catherine Crescent, Cymmer

Catherine Crescent

Completed during Spring 2017, Catherine Crescent is a development of 8 one and two bedroom flats constructed on the site of a former mine manager’s residence in Cymmer, Porth.

The development was partially funded by Social Housing Grant from Welsh Government, allocated via Rhondda Cynon Taf Country Borough Council.

The development was delivered by P&P Builders who worked alongside architects Stride Treglown and Le Trucco, engineers HLN Group and employer’s agents Strongs Partnership.

Trem-y-Cwm, Beddau

Trem-y-Cwm, Beddau

Completed in September 2017, the development at Trem-y-Cwm is the first new build sheltered housing scheme delivered by Trivallis.

Replacing the previous scheme that occupied the Trem-y-Cwm site, the self-funded new development comprises of 32 apartments in total – a mix of one and two bedroom. The development also includes a range of communal facilities including a wellbeing room, a laundry, a communal lounge, a rooftop terrace and landscaped gardens.

Special consideration has been given to the quality of the finishes of the building, working closely with Just Imagine Interiors to deliver a functional yet modern interior. All areas in the scheme are wheelchair accessible with widened doorways, widened corridors and lift access. Bathrooms in each apartment have been fitted with two access points – one from the hallway and one from the bedroom - for ease of access and hygiene requirements and all are equipped with a walk-in, level access shower. The development has been built in accordance with RNIB Cymru’s Visibly Better Platinum standards.

The complex was constructed by Morganstone and featured a project team made up of architects Le Trucco, engineers Austin Partnership and employer’s agents Strongs Partnership.

The scheme was officially opened by Owen Smith MP for Pontypridd on September 8th 2017.

Library Court, Rhydyfelin

Library Court, Rhydyfelin

Completed in October 2018, the development at Library Court replaced older sheltered housing and the former Rhydyfelin Library.

Funded directly by Trivallis, the new sheltered housing complex comprises of 32 apartments in total – a mix of one and two bedroom. The development also includes a range of communal facilities including a wellbeing room, a laundry, a communal lounge and a rooftop terrace.

As with our other development at Trem-y-Cwm, All areas in the scheme are wheelchair accessible with widened doorways, widened corridors and lift access. Bathrooms in each apartment have been fitted with two access points – one from the hallway and one from the bedroom - for ease of access and hygiene requirements and all are equipped with a walk-in, level access shower. The development has been built in accordance with RNIB Cymru’s Visibly Better Gold standards.

Working in partnership with Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council, the development at Library Court incorporates the new Rhydyfelin Library and a large commercial space on the ground floor.

The complex was constructed by Jehu Project Services and featured a project team made up of Tony King Architects , Austin Partnership Consulting Engineers and Strongs Partnership who acted as the Employer’s Agent.

The scheme was officially opened by Rebecca Evans AM, the Minister for Housing and Regeneration and won a gold award at the Considerate Constructors Scheme 2018 National Site Awards.

54-55 Taff Street, Pontypridd

54-55 Taff Street, Pontypridd

Completed in Spring 2018, this development is the second of Trivallis’ housing developments in Pontypridd town centre, again working in partnership with developer Edwards Investments.

The scheme incorporates a large commercial space on the ground floor with apartments created above. Trivallis’ part of the scheme has delivered 6 one bedroom apartments for affordable rent, at the heart of the town centre with good access to all amenities, including the town's main rail and bus stations. The retail unit on the ground floor has been retained by the developer.

The scheme was supported by Welsh Government and Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council receiving funding from their Homes Above Retail Premises Vibrant and Viable Places programme.

The scheme was constructed by Edwards Investments and featured a project team made up of Tony King Architects, Vale Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers and Strongs Partnership.