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OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )
* The proposed growth being promoted within the catchment area of the following WwTW would require improvements at the treatment works:
Beaumaris, Cemaes, Porthaethwy/Menai Bridge (Bangor Treborth), Pentraeth, Rhosneigr & Criccieth.
The improvements would need to be funded through our Asset Management Plan or potentially earlier through developer contributions.
OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )
* There are isolated incidents of flooding in the public sewerage system in the following settlements that may need to be resolved to allow development to proceed:
Beaumaris, Benllech, Bethesda, Gaerwen, Llanfairpwll, Rhosneigr, Valley, Abermaw/Barmouth, Abersoch, Llanberis, Llanrug, Nefyn, Penygroes and Tywyn.
Potential developers can either wait for DCWW to resolve the flooding, subject to funding being approved by our regulator Ofwat, or progress the improvements through the sewerage requisition provisions of the Water Industry Act 1991 or S106 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990. It may be necessary for modelling assessments to be undertaken to establish where the proposed development could connect to the public sewerage system.
SUPPORT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )
* The proposed windfall growth for these settlements may impact upon DCWW water and sewerage assets. As the location of any windfall development is not yet known we will make an assessment and comment on proposed development sites at the time of the planning application.
OBJECT Cyngor Tref Penrhyddeudraeth (Mr Glyn Roberts)
Alarm bells should be ringing clearly and urgently given that there was only a 2.2% increase in the number of Welsh speakers between 2001 and 2011 in Penrhyndeudraeth, that the population aged between 20- 29 has fallen by 6.1%, whilst the 65 and over age group has risen by 16% and that the number of migrants has risen from 169 to 242 (+43,2%) between 1991 and 2001. (An analysis of 2001 - 2011 figures would have shown an even higher increase). The status of the Welsh language in Penrhyndeudraeth isn't at a point where one can be reassured any more. That there are inconsistencies and contradictions and an inability to recognise the significance of statistics can't be avoided.
OBJECT Mr Rob Booth
TAI15 should state that developments of more than 9 houses must include at least 10% of houses that are affordable. Developments of more than 20 houses must include at least 20% of affordable houses, developments of more than 50 houses should include 30% of affordable housing/housing association houses and developments of 100 or more should include 50% of affordable/housing association houses.
SUPPORT Bleddyn & Bethan Hughes and 1 other
We fully support the new settlement in Bodedern village - Inset Map 11 - T34 at Treangharad. This plot is in a good location. The site/field is flat and well drained. There is good access to the site from the main road where there is good visibility both ways. There is a secondary school less than 100 yards north of the plot and a primary school approx. 700 yds. The site is on the bus and cycle route and is only one mile from the A55. The doctor's surgery with dispensing facilities, village shops are all within easy walking distance.
OBJECT Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (Mr Noel Davey)
Surprised that no new housing sites are proposed in Bethesda, with 82 houses to be met through 'windfall'. The GUDP site Nr Maes Coetmor, which we understand has been consented, is outside the development boundary. Did not consider this a suitable site because of the density and inadequate access. Oppose housing (SP633) to the green open fields to the north, comprising high quality agricultural land and contribute to ribbon development. We would support housing on a number of centrally situated brownfield sites, subject to resolution of any flooding problems.
Why no housing sites? Why is GUDP site excluded from boundary?
OBJECT mr paul green
The allocation of development to Lllanfairpwll, Menai Bridge, Llandegfan and Beaumaris should reflect their connection to the Bangor regional hub. Some of the housing currently allocated to Holyhead, Amlwch and Llangefni should be allocated to the settlements along the Menai Strait.
OBJECT Cyngor Tref Biwmares (Prof TW Ashenden)
INCREASE ALLOCATION OF HOUSING IN BEAUMARIS AND LLANFAES
Insufficient weight has been given to the role of the Beaumaris area as a suburb of Bangor. Demands on housing in Bangor are driven by the economic success of Bangor and the A55 corridor to the east. As a result the balance of housing allocation between the centres of Holyhead, Llangefni and Amlwch and Beaumaris inappropriately favours Holyhead, Llangefni and Amlwch with a result that the current shortage of affordable housing in Beaumaris will be made worse. A greater allocation of housing should be made to the Beaumaris/Llanfaes area.
Some of the allocation of new housing to Holyhead, Llangefni and Amlwch should be redirected to Beaumaris.
OBJECT Cyngor Tref Nefyn (Liz Saville Roberts)
Reduce the growth level of Nefyn to reflect the growth scale between 2001 and 2011 so that housing developments reflect local needs.Nefyn Town Council is not of the opinion that there is a need for 37 additional houses in Nefyn between now and 2016, which is the number noted in the Deposit version, March 2015. It is felt that the 30 houses on the landbank are sufficient for local need. Evidence - 21 houses were built in Nefyn between 2001 and 2011. During that period, there was a reduction of 3% in the percentage of Welsh speakers in Nefyn. It is appreciated that there is no direct link between the percentage of Welsh speakers and housing developments, but the Council is of the opinion that a correlation exists between them in this area.
SUPPORT Cynghorydd Charles Jones
Satisfied with the way the development boundary has been drawn.