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New homes coming soon to Cwmbran, Torfaen
Bevans Lane - Cwmbran - Torfaen - NP44 1BX
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This exciting new development is located in Torfaen, approximately 20 miles from Cardiff.
It will feature a great selection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes.
A ground-breaking ceremony has been held to mark
the beginning of works at Taylor Wimpey’s forthcoming South Sebastopol development near Cwmbran, paving the way for the first new homes to be
released for sale in the coming months.
The first turf was cut by Cllr Bob Wellington CBE,
Leader of Torfaen County Borough Council, at a celebratory event held on
Tuesday 12th April at the site, off Bevans Lane, Cwmbran, and attended by a host of
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed refreshments
and the chance to speak to staff from Taylor Wimpey South Wales and find out
more about the leading housebuilder’s plans for this brand new mixed-use
development, including 1,200 new homes.
Reserved matters approval for the first phase of
development at South Sebastopol, comprising 210 homes, was granted by Torfaen
County Borough Council in January.
Ben Thomas, South Sebastopol Project Manager for
Taylor Wimpey, says: “The cutting of the first sod and the beginning of
preliminary works at South Sebastopol signals another step forward for this
prestigious new neighbourhood, and the first homes will be under construction
“We were delighted to welcome Cllr Wellington CBE
and other local dignitaries to this landmark event and were pleased to give
them the chance to find out more about how the plans for our flagship
development will come to fruition over the coming years.”
South Sebastopol will deliver an integrated,
sustainable and attractive new neighbourhood as the natural extension to
Sebastopol and Cwmbran, set within attractive parkland around a picturesque
stretch of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
The development will include a proportion of
affordable properties which will give local residents and key workers the
opportunity to enjoy life in a brand new home within their own community, while
Wimpey will be making significant financial contributions towards improving
facilities in the local area.
The overall masterplan for the development includes
a village centre, sustainable transport links including a new bus route through
the development, sports pitches and changing facilities, play areas, cycle and
leisure trails and extensive areas of green open space, including woodland and
This development is managed by the South Wales Taylor Wimpey regional office