The Braidwater Group is delighted to announce the beneficiaries of its charitable donations in line with the commencement of construction of Glenmona in West Belfast.
The recipients of the charitable donations are:
Cumann Spóirt an Phobail
Gort na Mona GAC
West Wellbeing Suicide Prevention
Darren Farnan, marketing manager of the Braidwater Group, said:
‘’We invited local charities and sporting organisations to submit applications for funding and we were particularly struck by the wide range of applications received. As a company, we are proud to be part of the local community and in a position to offer support.’’
Glenmona will see the creation of a new mixed-use urban village by Apex Housing Association (Apex) under the guidance of leading house builder, BW Social Affordable Housing, which is part of the Braidwater Group.
Work first commenced on the site early in 2021 and the development will mature with over 650 social and affordable homes on the 75-acre site in the west of the capital city.
Along with the homes, the development will also comprise a community centre with MUGA (multi-use games area) pitch, two care homes, a neighbourhood retail centre, a hotel and a number of children’s play areas.