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Building homes

If you agree to provide affordable homes as part of your planning application, it will be formalised as a section 106 agreement.  This will state either the percentage of affordable homes you agree to provide (outline applications) or the actual plots and house types (full or reserved matters applications).

The sale prices of these homes will be restricted both at initial sale and at all future sales, based on multiples of the gross median household income in the six community network areas of Carmarthenshire.

These figures are updated in November each year, and are currently:

Community NetworkMedian household income1 bedroom apartment2 bedroom apartment/house3 bedroom house 4 bedroom house
Aman £23,896 £50,307 £62,884 £75,461 £88,038
Gwendraeth £24,818 £52,249 £65,311 £78,374 £91,436
Llanelli £21,593 £45,458 £56,823 £68,188 £79,552
Taf Myrddin £25,663 £54,027 £67,534 £81,041 £94,548
Teifi £23,212 £48,868 £61,085 £73,302 £85,519
Tywi £26,385 £55,548 £69,435 £83,322 £97,209

Notes: 
1) Based on household incomes data supplied by postcode by CACI Paycheck, November 2016     
2) Based on 3 times median income plus 5% deposit for 'benchmark' 3 bedroom house

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