The centre provides 12 office units for local businesses.
Part of the “Housing, Employment, Language” project, the centre is situated next to a development of affordable housing in the rural village of Botwnnog on the Llŷn Peninsula.
There is concern in many rural areas about the economic and cultural effects because of the shortage of affordable homes for young people and key workers.
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Youth Shedz A new initiative, Youth Shedz, which aims to provide a safe place for young people, to proactively engage and develop new skills is due to open its doors in Denbigh this month.
Monday 16 April 2018
Board member urges first-time would-be directors to apply for Grŵp Cynefin vacancy A call has gone out for people with an interest in the housing sector, who also have business experience, to apply for a vacancy on the board of Grŵp Cynefin housing association.
Monday 9 April 2018
Great investment for local housing in the village of Cemaes Work has begun to develop much needed homes in an Anglesey community during recent weeks.
Wednesday 21 March 2018