First Cardiff HPP scheme submitted
24th May 2016

Pentan Architects are pleased to have submitted the Braunton Crescent and Clevedon Road planning application, the first of the Wates and Cardiff Council housing partnership programme projects. The development of 106 dwellings across two adjoining sites in Llanrumney includes 40 affordable units, new shared surfaces with associated landscaping and parkland improvements.

Golau Caredig Extra-care amongst Wales’s best
14th Mar 2016

Golau Caredig Extra-care was recently listed amongst Wales’s best buildings according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Wales Awards, 2016. Six category winners and a Project of the Year will be selected from the 30 shortlisted entries – to be revealed at an awards ceremony in May.


The scheme for Hafod Care Association, provides affordable independent living accommodation for people over 55 in the form of 42 purpose-built one and two-bedroom apartments.

Wates and Pentan to build 1,500 homes in Cardiff
28th Jan 2016

Pentan are very pleased to be working with Wates Living Space on Phase 1 of Cardiff City Council’s £33m Housing Partnership Programme. Overall, 1500 new homes will be built in Cardiff including 600 council homes aimed at tackling the growing demand for affordable housing in the city.

We are very excited about developing our new house types and apartments and making a meaningful and beneficial contribution to our city.


11th Jan 2016

We are very pleased to hear that the planning application for our Coychurch Road housing scheme was approved at this month’s committee meeting. Designed for Hafod Housing Association, the scheme provides 48 new dwellings, including both apartments and houses, on a brown field site near the centre of Bridgend.

1st Dec 2015

The recently completed Dyfrig House, for the Seren Group, was officially opened by Vaughan Gething (Deputy Minister for Health) and The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Councillor David Walker on 19th November. The newly refurbished and extended facility for the homeless in Cardiff provides 21 beds of accommodation, staff areas and flexible communal spaces. It replaces outdated facilities and seeks to create a more legible, high quality environment, fit for 21st century living, and one that residents and staff can be proud of.


A resident at Dyfrig House commented;
“When you come in this building it lifts you, it makes you feel like you want to become better than what people have said you are. It’s made a difference to my life and I know it’s made a difference to every other person in this place; that’s 21 lives. You’re enabling me to get my life back when no one else would do that for me. It’s a very, very special place indeed.”


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