The £44m Taff Vale redevelopment, known as Llys Cadwyn (translated as Chain Court to reflect the industrial heritage of the area in which it sits), is part of a major redevelopment and regeneration scheme in the Rhondda Cynon Taff region of South Wales.
Much of the regeneration focused on a derelict area within Pontypridd’s town centre. Now complete the scheme comprises three distinct buildings which are to bring much-needed employment into the area. Llys Cadwyn is also now the new home for Transport for Wales, food and drink units, office space, a library and a leisure centre.
Since its completion, the project has won several awards, including the Transformation and Winner of Winners awards. Willmott Dixon also won the Contractor category.
Our team completed a unique installation last summer that required shaped ‘bottom up’ electric roller blinds. As the name suggests these blinds are shaped, and operate upwards, as opposed to the more traditional top-down operation.
We were delighted to be a part of this award-winning development!