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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - STRATEGIC POLICY PS13

Representation ID: 1804

OBJECT Shan Ashton

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1802

OBJECT Tudur Roberts

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1801

OBJECT Dafydd Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1796

OBJECT Tegwen Parri

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1795

OBJECT Rhys Tudur

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1794

OBJECT Rhodri Owen

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1793

OBJECT Lisa Owen

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1792

OBJECT Gwynfor Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1791

OBJECT Christine Muskin

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1790

OBJECT Bryn Moseley

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1789

OBJECT Justin Davies

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1788

OBJECT Elinor Gray Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1787

OBJECT Phil Steele

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1786

OBJECT Mared Tudur

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1785

OBJECT Robin Farrar

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1784

OBJECT Colin Nosworthy

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1783

OBJECT Manon James

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1782

OBJECT Eddie Ladd

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1781

OBJECT Angharad Tomos

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1780

OBJECT Andrew Walton

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1779

OBJECT Maldwyn Owen

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1778

OBJECT Elinor Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1777

OBJECT Mari Roberts

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1776

OBJECT Mair Pierce

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1775

OBJECT Llio Davies

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1774

OBJECT Hefin Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1773

OBJECT Eiri Sion

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1772

OBJECT Mared Roberts

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1771

OBJECT Medwen Brookes

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1770

OBJECT Hedd Gwynfor

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1769

OBJECT Seimon Morris

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1768

OBJECT Eleri Davies

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1767

OBJECT Bedwyr a Robert Griffiths

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1766

OBJECT Lowri Ifan

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1765

OBJECT Annis Milner

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1764

OBJECT John Hughes

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1763

OBJECT Carl Morris

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1762

OBJECT Daniel Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1761

OBJECT Rhian Green

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1760

OBJECT Aled Powell

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1759

OBJECT Dylan Llyr

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1758

OBJECT Sion Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1757

OBJECT Llinos Parri

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1756

OBJECT Elwyn Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1755

OBJECT Cymdeithas yr Iaith (Mr Dylan Morgan)

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1754

OBJECT Jina Gwyrfai

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1753

OBJECT Osian Eryl

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1752

OBJECT Olwen Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1751

OBJECT Morwenna Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1750

OBJECT Mair Huws Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1749

OBJECT Llinos Griffin

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1748

OBJECT John Trefor Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1747

OBJECT Elin Wynne

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1746

OBJECT Dilys Roberts

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1745

OBJECT Dafydd Orritt

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1744

OBJECT Anna George

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1743

OBJECT Angharad Elias

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1742

OBJECT Sian Northey

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1741

OBJECT Cai O'Marah

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1740

OBJECT Gwenno Griffith

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1739

OBJECT Eirian Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1738

OBJECT Meinir Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1737

OBJECT Euros ap Hywel

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1736

OBJECT Elwyn Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1735

OBJECT John Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1734

OBJECT Gwilym John

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1733

OBJECT Lleuwen Steffan

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1732

OBJECT Gwen Gruffudd

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1731

OBJECT Eleri Jenkins-Edwards

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1730

OBJECT Robert James

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1729

OBJECT Trefor Jones - Morris

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1728

OBJECT Idwal Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1727

OBJECT Gwawr Edwards

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1726

OBJECT Deiniol Carter

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1725

OBJECT Randal Isaac

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1724

OBJECT Bethan Roberts

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1723

OBJECT Osian Elias

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1722

OBJECT Sioned Haf

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1721

OBJECT Angharad Blythe

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1720

OBJECT Angharad Griffiths

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1719

OBJECT Meirion Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1718

OBJECT Gareth Lloyd Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1717

OBJECT Mr Ifan Webb

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1716

OBJECT Angharad Hughes

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1715

OBJECT Mrs Joanna Thomas

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1714

OBJECT Geraint Parri

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1713

OBJECT Dafydd Bates

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1712

OBJECT Wyn Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1711

OBJECT Alan Tangi

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1710

OBJECT Adam Jones

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1709

OBJECT Deian Ap Rhisiart

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1708

OBJECT Bedwyr Owen

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1706

OBJECT Eirwen Williams

Summary:

I am very concerned about what is proposed in the Local Development Plan for the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey, and the implications of this for the Welsh-speaking communities of both counties.
The plan seeks to release land in order to build nearly 8000 housing units. I strongly believe that this figure is incorrect. The Plan should be based on the housing needs of the local population. The work undertaken is insufficient to measure what exactly the housing needs of the local residents in both counties are, and what exactly the implications of implementing the Plan would be on the future of our fragile Welsh-speaking communities.
There is a moral duty on the Councils to do everything in their powers to place the Welsh language and the future of Welsh-speaking communities at the heart of the Plan and I strongly believe that this has not happened in the process of creating the Plan.
Both Councils need to listen to the democratic voice of the people in the consultation process and act accordingly.

Representation ID: 1460

OBJECT Mr Alex Badley

Summary:

We object to Policy PS13 on the grounds that the housing requirement places too much emphasis on the 2011 Household projections and environmental capacity issues. As such the figure originally included in the Preferred Strategy, i.e. 7,665 together with a further 10% slippage allowance, should be reinstated as a minimum requirement. To meet the 5 year residual requirement (5 x 479), 2,395 dwellings should be identified as a minimum, in the period 2014 to 2018. This is in addition to the 917 completed 2011-14 in both authority areas

Representation ID: 1453

OBJECT Dyffryn Nantlle 2020 (Ben Gregory)

Summary:

Evidence about population shows that the growth will come from outside the area, with a negative effect on the language. The mitigating measures in the Strategic Policy aren't implemented in Gwynedd now and there is no framework to do so in the future. In Penygroes there is no evidence to show the need for 89 houses - the existing evidence suggests 25 units in 10 years. There is no evidence in the WLIA to support the conclusion that Penygroes can cope with negative effects. Therefore, reduce the number in Penygroes to 30 and in the Plan area the figure should be based on local need.

Representation ID: 1452

OBJECT Cymdeithas yr Iaith (Mr Dylan Morgan)

Summary:

We do not accept the Deposit Plan in its current form at all. We don't consider that there is robust evidence:
* That there is a community need for the number of houses pot forward;
* That the housing development will not damage the Welsh language's position in communities.
We believe that:
* The condition of the Welsh language is of no importance to you;
* It doesn't acknowledge the period's complex economic conditions, only the old lazy assumptions in support of economic growth.
Because it is Wylfa Newydd with the influx of thousands of construction workers from outside the Plan area, which will require accommodation or a home, that drives the Plan, purporting that this project could be of any benefit to the future of Welsh within communities in Anglesey and Gwynedd is deceitful. You should start from the beginning again by conducting detailed language studies of every community in Anglesey.

Representation ID: 1428

OBJECT Marian Elias Roberts

Summary:

The 7,902 is inappropriate as it is based on national population projections including migration, rather than on a community need for housing. There is no robust evidence held by both councils to show that there is a direct link between the number of housing and community need. This is a fundamental flaw and it should be corrected before moving forward. I am also of the opinion that both councils haven't shown that these developments will not damage the position of the Welsh language in communities. In-migration had had and continues to have a consumptive effect on the Welsh language in the area's towns and villages. The Language Impact Assessment includes sweeping statements without dependable evidence.

Representation ID: 1408

OBJECT Admiral Taverns

Summary:

The proposed slippage allowance in housing growth is insufficient to take account of potential barriers to the delivery of housing site in the Joint Authorities Areas by potential developers bringing sites forward. More flexibility in terms of the location and choice of available housing sites (allocations) should be provided in the LDP. The policy is therefore, unsound as it is unable to respond quickly to changing circumstances.

Slippage allowance should be increased to at least 15% preferable 20% to provide greater flexibility and choice of housing sites.

Representation ID: 1276

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Llandderfel (Mrs Bethan Jones)

Summary:

We object to the proposal to limit the maximum to two units per cluster for the life of the Plan. It would be better to permit units according to demand and permit the number of affordable housing units as required for local people. There should also be the ability to extend the boundary as required to ensure there are sites for local people on their own land.
Change: Allow houses to be erected according to demand and not limit it to two units for the life of the Plan. Extend the boundary when required to ensure that local people are able to erect dwellings on their own land.

Representation ID: 1063

OBJECT Llywodraeth Cymru (Mr Mark Newey)

Summary:

It is unclear how the proposed phasing of housing development has been derived and how it will be delivered over the plan period. It is noted that the plan has linked its phasing to the development of Wylfa B, however further clarification in relation to specific sites, and deliverability of those sites is required. The authorities will need to control and monitor the housing provision to ensure they achieve the proposed build rates and overall housing requirements (see also monitoring framework)

Representation ID: 1062

OBJECT Llywodraeth Cymru (Mr Mark Newey)

Summary:

Further clarity is required to illustrate how the identified targets will be used to maintain a 5 year land supply of housing land. The LPAs should demonstrate that they can provide a 5 year housing supply from the plans adoption, in accordance with Planning Policy Wales, paragraph 9.2.3.

Representation ID: 985

OBJECT Grwp Ffocws Cynllun Datblygu Lleol (Mr Iwan Edgar)

Summary:

The number of units proposed is excessive compared to local need and is likely to cause inmigration which could be detrimental to the Welsh language in its stronghold. Reduce the proposed number of houses in both Counties.

Representation ID: 977

OBJECT Pwyllgor Ymchwil Cymunedau Cymraeg a Chymreig Mon (Robyn Parri)

Summary:

Concern is raised regarding six elements:
* «The Coalition Government's Regional Economic Development Strategy 'One Wales' - will lead to the 'Galway-isation' of the most Welsh part of Welsh-speaking Anglesey and the uplands of North Arfon;
* The construction of a second generation of nuclear reactors on Anglesey will again stimulate the demand for additional housing beyond any real local demand;«
* Does not respond to local proven scientific 'demand';«
* The absence of any Scientific Measure of the Socio-linguistic Impact and the Demography of Economic and Planning Developments on our Welsh language communities;«
* The absence of a lingustic community and economic planning policy. «
An economic, social, linguistic and demographic assessment should be held on the real local land development and housing needs of Anglesey and the Menai Straits area on the basis of two assumptions, namely that there will be a new reactor, or that there will be no new reactor.

Representation ID: 974

OBJECT Cyng/Counc Alwyn Gruffydd

Summary:

As the plan notes, policy PS13 is crucial for maintaining and creating safe, healthy, distinctive and vibrant communities. However, the key to acting on this aim is the vitality of local communities. Housing developments should follow vitality and growth rather than creating space to be filled which, like uncontrolled immigration, militates against this objective.

Representation ID: 973

OBJECT Cymdeithas yr Iaith (Dr Menna Machreth)

Summary:

The comments submitted by us in our document relate to housing growth, distribution and allocations, and address the impact of the Deposit Plan on the Welsh Language. The comments draw attention to the deficiencies in the language impact assessments and other documents relating to the Welsh language, and refer to the lack of evidence as well as unreliable evidence. The total numbers of housing growth for both counties and the growth distribution and the allocations within them should be reviewed. The review should be based on evidence deriving from studies of the following key factors: community need for housing, current housing stock, housing affordability, houses for sale/rent, 2011 Census data, a new language impact assessment in line with socio-linguistic principles.

Representation ID: 972

OBJECT Dyfodol i'r Iaith (Dr Simon Brooks)

Summary:

The comments submitted by us in our document relate to housing growth, distribution and allocations, and address the impact of the Deposit Plan on the Welsh Language. The comments draw attention to the deficiencies in the language impact assessments and other documents relating to the Welsh language, and refer to the lack of evidence as well as unreliable evidence. The total numbers of housing growth for both counties and the growth distribution and the allocations within them should be reviewed. The review should be based on evidence deriving from studies of the following key factors: community need for housing, current housing stock, housing affordability, houses for sale/rent, 2011 Census data, a new language impact assessment in line with socio-linguistic principles.

Representation ID: 960

OBJECT Canolfan Hanes Uwchgwyrfai (Geraint Jones)

Summary:

The comments submitted by us in our document relate to housing growth, distribution and allocations, and address the impact of the Deposit Plan on the Welsh Language. The comments draw attention to the deficiencies in the language impact assessments and other documents relating to the Welsh language, and refer to the lack of evidence as well as unreliable evidence. The total numbers of housing growth for both counties and the growth distribution and the allocations within them should be reviewed. The review should be based on evidence deriving from studies of the following key factors: community need for housing, current housing stock, housing affordability, houses for sale/rent, 2011 Census data, a new language impact assessment in line with socio-linguistic principles.

Representation ID: 959

OBJECT Cylch yr Iaith (Ieuan Wyn)

Summary:

The comments submitted by us in our document relate to housing growth, distribution and allocations, and address the impact of the Deposit Plan on the Welsh Language. The comments draw attention to the deficiencies in the language impact assessments and other documents relating to the Welsh language, and refer to the lack of evidence as well as unreliable evidence. The total numbers of housing growth for both counties and the growth distribution and the allocations within them should be reviewed. The review should be based on evidence deriving from studies of the following key factors: community need for housing, current housing stock, housing affordability, houses for sale/rent, 2011 Census data, a new language impact assessment in line with socio-linguistic principles.

Representation ID: 903

OBJECT Barton Willmore (Mr Mark Roberts)

Summary:

It isn't clear what consideration has been made on the impact that Wylfa Newydd through the extended construction period would have on the needs for housing in the Plan area. We object to the splitting of the housing requirement to two periods, which would equate to 372 homes per year initially and a doubling to 662 homes per year afterwards. The Plan should simply provide for an annualised requirement of 478 homes over the plan period. This prevents the back loading of the housing requirement and allow the necessary time for applications to be prepared and submitted and permission obtained in order to increase build rates.

Representation ID: 870

OBJECT Hughes Bros Ltd - represented by Alyn Nicholls

Summary:

The 10% allowance for slippage is too low to ensure that housing needs are met.

Representation ID: 869

OBJECT Hughes Bros Ltd - represented by Alyn Nicholls

Summary:

The balance that is struck between the housing requirement arising within the plan area, environmental constraints and landscape capacity within Policy PS13 will result in a shortfall in new housing. This is highly significant given the need for open market housing, the provision of affordable housing and it will also limit flexibility to cater for different types of residential accommodation, for example housing for older and retired people.

In addition, the 10% allowance for slippage is too low to ensure that housing needs are met.

Representation ID: 839

OBJECT Menter Iaith Bangor (Mrs Branwen Thomas)

Summary:

Robust research must be undertaken that relates specifically to Bangor to ascertain the actual need for housing in the city. We believe very strongly that Bangor's role is not to provide a dormitory suburb for workers from north-east Wales and north-west England. Publishing a final version of the Development Plan that is based on this will be harmful to Bangor's Welsh identity and will undermine the Welsh language.

Representation ID: 821

OBJECT Jina Gwyrfai

Summary:

There is no need for 7,902 new houses. Not enough consideration is being given to the existing housing stock. There are too many empty houses (1,078) in the two counties and a very high percentage of holiday homes. This stock should be looked at and compulsory purchases made before adapting them and renting them for a fair price to local people who are not able to afford any houses at all in their own areas. The population growth does not warrant 8,000. What about the houses on the market that aren't selling? Need to reject the figures and implement firm policies to bring empty houses back into use, to charge a tax on second homes to fund enough rented housing for local people in their communities.

Representation ID: 818

OBJECT Cyngor Gwynedd (Cyng/Counc Ann Williams)

Summary:

Generally I do not believe that there has been sufficient study of the impact of building so many houses on the Welsh language, in the whole of Gwynedd, or in the individual communities. When talking about Bethesda, it is noted that inward migration is not a significant problem in the area, but it does not note on what basis, or by following what research, this is said. I would be more satisfied if the necessary research was undertaken on the effect that building a substantial number of new houses will have on the language in all parts of the two counties.

Representation ID: 817

OBJECT Cyngor Tref Pwllheli (Mr Robin W Hughes)

Summary:

The housing provision is not supported as it is too high and will have a detrimental impact on the Welsh language. Reduce the number of housing to reflect the local population.

Representation ID: 816

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Tudweiliog (Mrs Glenys Peters)

Summary:

Housing should be built in line with the need

Representation ID: 813

SUPPORT Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (Mr Noel Davey)

Summary:

PS13 proposes to provide for land for 7902 new housing units over the period 2011-2026 in Ynys Môn and Gwynedd combined (of which 4084 are in Gwynedd and 3817 in Ynys Môn). Of these 468 have already been completed, another 1476 already have planning permission, leaving a net additional need of 2140 in Gwynedd. This represents 3.5% (7% gross) of the existing (2011 census) Gwynedd housing stock. The number compares with 4178 units (3187 net of consented sites) provided for in the GUDP for the period 2001-2016. We support the JLDP housing provision proposal and see no reason to dispute it. We also support 15-20% of housing being allocated to an 'affordable' category.

Representation ID: 657

OBJECT Robert Llewelyn Jones

Summary:

I am asking for a plan to include the terraced houses in Holyhead and elsewhere on the island. Plan should be in place to enable them to be updated and to try improve our present private housing stock. Cities such as Liverpool are in the process of modernising their centres of population, it is time for us to do the same.

Include a radical plan looking at the future for our large stock of terraced houses and working out a plan of action to see them becoming an integral part of our modern housing stock.

Representation ID: 647

SUPPORT Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (Mr Noel Davey)

Summary:

We support the proposed level of housing provion, allocations to an affordable category, and the broad balanced housing allocation policy.

Representation ID: 447

OBJECT WYG/Alliance Planning (Mr Mark Walton)

Summary:

The proposed 10% slippage allowance in housing growth is insufficient to take full account of potential barriers to the delivery of housing site in the Joint Authorities Area either by developers bringing sites forward or potential buyers securing funding. More flexibility in terms of the location and choice of available housing sites (allocations) should be provided in the LDP.

Representation ID: 368

OBJECT Mr Dave Eccles

Summary:

The current housing requirements are based on figures which are now 4 years old. Population figures appear have shown a decline overall since 2000.
Oversupply would be as damaging to as undersupply in an area so dependent on tourism. Property prices would drop in the former instance, encouraging more 'second home' buyers and/or an increasing aging population. In the latter instance younger people on relatively lower incomes would find it difficult to buy their own homes as prices increase.

Representation ID: 130

OBJECT Home Builders Federation Ltd (Mr Mark Harris)

Summary:

Object to the reduction in the housing provision form 7,665 as identified in the Preferred Strategy. The document contains no explanation of why this has happened. Do not understand why the number of units have been split into two year periods as there is no phasing policy to support this split(although it is suggested in D26 of the monitoring plan). The plan its self can not maintain a 5 year land supply as stated in the third sentence this is controlled by market forces.

Explain why figure has been reduced. As a minimum increase the Housing provision figure to 7471 and identified opportunities to 8189. Remove the split of housing between the two year periods,the policy refers to it as a target yet the monitoring section at theme 4 D26 seems to indicate it is a phasing constraint. The third sentence should be reworded.

Representation ID: 86

OBJECT Y Mg. Carl Iwan Clowes

Summary:

The number of homes that the Councils consider necessary to meet the needs of the Plan area, over the Plan period 2011 - 2026. What is the evidence that population projections (natural growth) over the period justifies this amount of housing? The influx which will occur in light of this suggestion is too much for our communities; much less housing is needed, as well as organic vegetation to coincide with the economy's gradual growth.

I would like to see two options. i) should Wylfa B proceed ii) if the plan is approved and Wylfa B does not proceed, what happens next - empty housing that will be filled by whom??

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