The primary school of legendry Welsh actor Richard Burton is to be redeveloped thanks to a local property developer.
Pontrhydyfen Primary School will be developed in to residential accommodation thanks to Superb Properties, whose Director Arthur Thomas’ children attended the school and still has family living in the village.
Darren Lewis, Partner and Property Development specialist at Peter Lynn and Partner who advised on the deal commented “It was a very sad day for the village when the local authority closed the school however rather than be left to decay or be demolished, the school is able to open a new chapter in its history thanks to Mr Thomas”.
The school site will be developed in to 8 residential dwelling, the first of which will be available in late 2017.
Although this is a step-change in the buildings purpose, Superb Properties are keen to retain a link to the old school and its…
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