new homes

We build high quality, affordable homes that meet the needs of the local community. We work closely with our trusted partners to develop homes in areas people want to live and work.

We have a number of exciting new homes developments in the pipeline over the next two years, so keep an eye on the website for further details.


Our previous developments

Bowen Gardens

Bowen Gardens is an exclusive housing development by Capsel in partnership with Lovell, located in the historic town of Monmouth

The site is made up of 12 high-spec, affordable two and three bedroom homes that were sold off plan. Bowen Gardens was built on the site of the old Trevor Bowen Court sheltered accommodation scheme run by Monmouthshire Housing Association (MHA). Trevor Bowen Court was replaced by Trevor Bowen House, MHA’s flagship older person’s accommodation scheme, offering modern, spacious apartments for people aged 60+ that opened in 2015.

The site is named after a local beneficiary and former Freeman of Monmouth, Trevor Bowen, who was Chairman of London’s prestigious John Barker and Co, now widely known as House of Fraser.

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New Monmouth Development, Bowen Gardens

Mynyddbach

Capsel’s Mynyddbach development offers two high-spec, three bedroom family homes next to the historic village of Shirenewton, Monmouthshire.

Completed in October 2016, Mynyddbach has been built with key materials sourced in Wales. Welsh timber frames and windows give the development a unique look and feel, offering homes befitting their rural location.

Poplars Close

Capsel has completed work on two specially designed, high spec bungalows in Abergavenny, built for Monmouthshire Housing Association (MHA).

Work included fitting bespoke fixtures to ensure the homes meet tenants needs. This included ensuring the properties were suitable for wheelchair users, power units for future installation of hoists and stair lifts, reinforced ceilings and infrastructure to allow for a future wet room.

Work on the houses started in November 2016 on the site of 14 garages which were no longer fit for purpose.