Bron Y Nant: Colwyn Bay | Wynne Construction

Bron Y Nant: Colwyn Bay

  • Client Conwy County Borough Council

    Client

    Conwy County Borough Council

  • Architect Dewis Architects

    Architect

    Dewis Architects

  • Contract Value £5.5m

    Contract Value

    £5.5m

  • Length of Contract 60 Weeks

    Length of Contract

    60 Weeks

Wynne Construction has been awarded the contract to build the new £5.5m respite centre, complex care day resource unit, a cafe, shop and support facilities at Bron y Nant on Dinerth Road in Colwyn Bay

The Disability Respite Facility will provide 5 fully furnished apartments, communal space and support staff accommodation for those with disability support needs. In addition, the Complex Care day unit will provide a daily respite service for those with complex needs. The cafe and shop will provide additional work opportunities for people with Disabilities.

Work started on site in May 2021 and is due for completion by Summer 2022

Community Information

Disability Respite Centre contract awarded (21st April 2021)

Bron Y Nant Respite Centre is a registered site with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.



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