Readers will have seen a distinct dwindling of activity at the Plasdŵr site - and at the associated roadworks (including at the junction of Heol Isaf and Llantrisant Road).
We now understand that it's 'official' - and that all work has been postponed for the time being - in light of the Coronavirus outbreak. Most of the work done in the past week or so has been to finish houses in time to welcome their new owners, in accordance with agreed completion dates. As of now, Redrow, Alun Griffiths Contractors and Bellway Homes have downed tools.
The roadworks are free of traffic lights, so travel around the area should be free of obstacles.
All sites have been made secure, with CCTV in operation and frequent inspections.
However, if you see anything of concern (such as a fallen security fence, or bollards blown into the road following strong winds) you can contact Katie Powis, Plasdŵr's Community Liaison Manger, on 07741 194199.
On the other hand, if you see something suspicious (such as some unofficial-looking characters loading the back of a truck with roofing lead) or dangerous (such as a fire), you should ring 999.
There is no agreed date for work to restart. That decision awaits Government advice with regard to the pandemic.
So it's peace and quiet at Plasdŵr for now.