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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - 1.27

Representation ID: 815

OBJECT Iwan Edgar

Summary:

The number of houses proposed is more than is required for local need and is likely to promote in-migration of non- Welsh speakers, which will undermine the language in its stronghold. The Deposit Plan expresses support of the language, but by an over provision of housing that support is ineffective and misleading.

Representation ID: 346

OBJECT Mr Gareth Dobson represented by Mr Gareth Dobson

Summary:

There is no evidence of the need for the number of housing noted within the plan. Indeed, it is arguable that the number of housing that has already been allocated within Gwynedd's local development plan is sufficient. Gwynedd and Anglesey County Councils are Welsh language communities and development of this scale would surely negatively impact the Welshness of these communities, especially in the local service centres as they have been described.

Representation ID: 218

OBJECT Home Builders Federation Ltd (Mr Mark Harris)

Summary:

The housing figure does not appear to allow for a 4% vacancy rate which is required to allow the housing market to operate. Concern raised at the reliance on existing planning consents which have not delivered to date.

Amend housing figure to 7471.

Representation ID: 217

OBJECT Home Builders Federation Ltd (Mr Mark Harris)

Summary:

Explain why the housing figure has been reduced from the preferred strategy figure.
Concern on over reliance on existing historical planning consents and whether or not these will really deliver houses.

Amend housing figure number to 7665. Ensure sites which have previous consents have been properly assess for deliver-ability.

Representation ID: 142

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Llanystumdwy (Mr Richard J Roberts)

Summary:

The figures in this paragraph are fraudulent. It is stated "facilitate the provision of 7,184 new homes." When a slippage of 10% is added the figure is 7,902. It is stated that about 50% have been built or with planning consent "which means that an additional 3,907 new homes." 50% of 7,902 is 3,951 that equates to an additional estate somewhere.

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