The Tirion Group Ltd (TGL) is an independent non-for-profit residential developer, investor and estate manager providing affordable homes for sale and rent. TGL is not a commercial developer or a Registered Social Landlord.
Established in December 2014, Tirion aims to facilitate the construction of over 2,100 homes in Wales by 2022 with over 1,500 deriving from its three existing projects at The Mill, Cardiff; Whiteheads, Newport and Parc Eirin, RCT.
Tirion has a current target of providing 10% of new homes proposed by the Welsh Government in the next 5 years and plans to establish a portfolio of homes in Wales valued at in excess of 200m by 2022; this in turn will generate an operating surplus to subsidise marginal developments in low value areas.
Tirion transforms lives and our vision reflects this. It applies right across communities, residents, stakeholders. Partners and suppliers by promoting True Choice, Working Together, Aspiration and Sustainability.
Tirion Group Ltd became a Community Benefit Society in March 2017 register no. 7521.
Registered Office: 7 Neptune Court, Vanguard Way, Cardiff CF24 5PJ.
About Tirion Developments
Tirion Developments Ltd (TDL) is part of Tirion Group Ltd company registration no. 10889216. Ely Bridge Development Company Ltd (EBDC) company registration no. 8010561, Whiteheads Development Company Ltd (WDCL) company registration no. 08741542 and Parc Eirin Development Company Ltd (PEDC) company registration no. 8741560 are three project development companies undertaken as part of Tirion Developments Ltd.
About Tirion Homes
Tirion Homes Ltd is part of Tirion Group Ltd company registration no. 08937395 and is the Group’s Investment arm where properties will be held for the delivering of the Group’s objective of providing housing accommodation.
The Tirion Group’s Business Model does not require Social Housing Grant. It uses loans from Welsh Government and other institutions, at commercial rates, to deliver large-scale often complex regeneration schemes with a focus on brownfield sites, which have historically been difficult for authorities or landowners to redevelop.