Return of the factory-built homes
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Prefab homes: Return of the factory-built house in Wales

Thousands of factory-built temporary homes were erected after World War Two, with many lasting for years.

Now the Welsh Government has plans for 21st Century pre-made and flat-packed homes.

It is allocating £45m in a bid to increase the number of affordable, sustainably built houses.

The difference this time around would be the homes are made of wood, unlike the old "tin towns".

  • 25 Feb 2020
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