The last of 186 timber lodges made by IJM Timber Engineering for a new Welsh leisure park has been erected.

The Irish company made the lodges in its Monaghan, Castlecomer and Armagh factories in a £3.6m deal with the Bluestone park in Pembrokeshire.

The lodges were transported in flat-packs and arrived at a rate of one per day for the past eight months.

“They had to be built with sustainable materials,” said Bluestone chief executive William McNamara. “They had to be energy-efficient, and they had to be as sympethetic to the landscape as possible.”

Once finished, the development will comprise 335 lodges and 60 cottage/studio units in a forest setting.