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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - STRATEGIC POLICY PS12

Representation ID: 1172

OBJECT Horizon Nuclear Power (Miss Sarah Fox)


Horizon is concerned that Criterion 6 "restricting the expansion of out-of-centre retailing and leisure development" could unduly restrict the development of leisure facilities at temporary worker accommodation sites.
Rather than seek for specific amendments to this policy, Horizon proposes to rely on the Wylfa Newydd specific policies proposed above which would be the relevant policies against which to determine associated development applications. For this reason Horizon is not proposing specific exclusion to its associated development from this policy.

Representation ID: 1068

OBJECT Llywodraeth Cymru (Mr Mark Newey)


It is unclear where the provision of retail space will be located.

Representation ID: 1067

OBJECT Llywodraeth Cymru (Mr Mark Newey)


Different hierarchy to retail and housing - what is the rationale for the difference?

Representation ID: 861

SUPPORT Bangor Civic Society 1 (Don Mathew)


Policy PS12 is supported (noting sub-regional importance of Bangor)

Representation ID: 840

OBJECT Cyngor Dinas Bangor (Mr Gwyn Hughes)


Policies safeguarding the vitality and viability of Bangor as a Sub-regional Retail Centre and protecting Bangor by restricting expansion of out-of-town and out-of-centre retailing and leisure developments are welcomed. However, potential redevelopment areas should be identified within or close to the town centre so that a retailing or leisure opportunity is not missed. Several sites appear ripe for redevelopment:
- South eastern side of High Street between Plas Llwyd and Dean Street Junction, including Plas Llwyd car park.
- North western side of the High Street including the Rose and Crown and the White Lion.
- University buildings and car park off James Street, rear of Dean Street, including former Octogon building.

Representation ID: 606

SUPPORT Menter Iaith Bangor (Mrs Branwen Thomas)


Menter Iaith Bangor supports Polisi PS12 Town Centres and Retail and point 1- Encourage a varied mixture of suitable uses (as defined in PPW and TAN 4) in high quality environments which attract a broad range of people at different times of day, that are safe and accessible for everyone. There are too many takeaways in the centre of Bangor and a lack of hotels and restaurants. The Initiative would welcome native Welsh businesses that would use the Welsh language and provide a Welsh ethos to the main streets, which are lacking any trace of Welsh language and culture at present.

Representation ID: 431

SUPPORT Cyngor Tref Ffestiniog (Mrs Ann Coxon)


It is important to provide a cross-section of housing of different types, new build, inventive and energy-effective, in order to ensure suitable housing for people at different stages throughout their lives. This is very important to keep people in the local community, and therefore to protect the Welsh language.

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