Former serviceman transforms property in Wrexham

September 12, 2018 by  

Shaun Stocker, a former soldier, has replaced a building in Wrexham.

Stocker received assistance from the local council to make his vision into a reality. He obtained a Vibrant and Viable Places (VVP) Empty Property Loan so he could redevelop the Wrexham property. The transformed site features eight apartments. These flats are self-contained and conform to high quality standards.

The property developer, who was injured while serving his country in Afghanistan, is an enthusiastic fundraiser for a charity that helps veterans. Stationery printers in Wrexham can be useful for those engaged in a wide variety of economic activities. Stocker told the Leader:

“I’m very proud of this achievement and very grateful to Wrexham council for the loan – without this help, it would have been very hard to complete. I’m also grateful to my friend Tony Thackeray, who managed the build.”

He said how pleased he was that the new building is aesthetically pleasing. In addition, he added that the local area had gained from the initiative.

Terry Evans, a councillor with responsibility for regeneration and economic development, made clear his satisfaction at the progress which has been made. He expressed his gratitude for all the hard work in question.

Councillor Evans reminded people that the old building had been something of an eyesore. He highlighted the fact that VVP resources have had a significant local impact.

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