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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY TAI17

Representation ID: 1188

SUPPORT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

There are no known water supply issues to impact upon the delivery of the growth identified within these settlements, however a full assessment will be made at the time of a planning application once the location of development is known.
The adequacy of the sewerage network will be assessed at the time of a planning application once the location of development is known.

Representation ID: 832

OBJECT Jina Gwyrfai

Summary:

Here is a policy that can defend small local communities. Shouldn't criteria i) & ii) be the basis for the whole Plan? Having said that a clearer definition of 'affordable housing' is required in the context of community. 67% can't afford the cheapest house due to poor wages (much lower than in other areas). More "Tai Teg" rented housing is required rather than houses for sale. This policy should form the basis of all planning apart from Bangor/ Holyhead the sub-regional centres. Restrict house building to natural change.

Representation ID: 764

OBJECT Cadnant Planning (Mr Rhys Davies)

Summary:

Providing only affordable housing within Local, Rural and Coastal Villages will weaken communities socially and economically, increasing deprivation. National Policy requires a mix of affordable and market housing. Restricting development to 100% affordable housing will lead to social imbalance.

Only allowing local need or affordable housing in certain settlements is likely to ensure a failure to deliver the required level of housing. Local need and affordable housing can only be achieved through balanced, viable development (incorporating open market and affordable housing).

Alter policy to provide a mix of affordable and open market housing within Local, Rural and Coastal Villages.

Representation ID: 733

OBJECT RCH Douglas Pennant represented by Carter Jonas (Mr Chris Bell)

Summary:

Objection to the restriction of growth in Llandygai to 8 windfall dwellings over the plan period and the drawing of the development boundary. Objection to the sustainability assessment for Llandygai (settlement score). The current approach actually puts at risk the viability of local services. Changes: a wider development boundary to permit an increased number of dwellings in Llandygai, which would better support the local services.

Representation ID: 731

OBJECT RCH Douglas Pennant represented by Carter Jonas (Mr Chris Bell)

Summary:

Objection to the restriction of growth in Llandygai to 8 windfall dwellings over the plan period and the drawing of the development boundary. Objection to the sustainability assessment for Llandygai (settlement score). The current approach actually puts at risk the viability of local services. Changes: a wider development boundary to permit an increased number of dwellings in Llandygai, which would better support the local services.

Representation ID: 709

OBJECT Carter Jonas (Mrs Charlene Sussums-Lewis)

Summary:

Open Market Housing to be permitted in Local/Coastal/Rural Villages.

The policy should contain a definition of what 'community need' means.

Sites within such villages are at a disadvantage to sites under policy TAI 10 in that open market housing is not allowed under policy TAI 17.

Representation ID: 708

SUPPORT Carter Jonas (Mrs Charlene Sussums-Lewis)

Summary:

The proposed development boundary alteration for the inclusion of Site East of A466 (SP678) Llanaelhaearn is supported for the following reasons:

Deliverability - Positive Planning
Allocated Housing Numbers
Development Principle
Opportunities and Constraints - As attached in Appendix 1
Indicative Masterplan - As attached in Appendix 2
Positive Sustainability Appraisal

Representation ID: 634

OBJECT Secretary of State for Defence represented by Defence Infrastructure Organisation (Ian White)

Summary:

Inadequate social and community facilities within the Llanfihangel yn Nhowyn settlement to support the current housing stock. Residents rely on base facilities at RAF Valley for these facilities. This has resulted in increasing volumes of vehicular/pedestrian traffic leading to a number of traffic 'near misses'. The Council shouldn't rely on the base facilities to serve the local community and its growth, particularly if problems continue.
Change: amend wording to encourage the establishment of additional community facilities to serve LyN and to prevent any further growth of the village unless the range and scale of supporting facilities is increased.

Representation ID: 616

OBJECT Cater Jonas (Mr Chris Bell)

Summary:

Objection to the restriction of growth in Tregarth to 13 windfall dwellings over the plan period and the drawing of the development boundary. Objection to the sustainability assessment for Tregarth (settlement score). The current approach actually puts at risk the viability of local services.

Representation ID: 212

OBJECT CYNGOR CYMUNED LLANBEDROG (MR JOHN HARRIS)

Summary:

Object to Llanbedrog's designation as a Coastal village and wish to see it included as a Service Village. Recommend that Llanbedrog is included as a service village. Llanbedrog scores 28 points on topic paper 5, one less than Botwnnog. Llanbedrog has a school, a village hall, shops, a garage, pubs, a cafe, hotels, a gallery and arts centre, a golf course, an industrial estate, homes for older people, a chemist. Almost as much services as Abersoch. The village boundary was shrivelled last time, and it is needed to expand the boundary. A flexible boundary is required to address local housing need, not necessarily affordable housing only. Not everyone wants the strict conditions of affordable housing.

Representation ID: 209

OBJECT John Brinley Jones

Summary:

Llanbedrog should be classed as a Service Village and not as a Coastal Village. Llanbedrog has many services since Pen Y Berth is also within the parish of Llanbedrog. Llanbedrog should be encouraged to grow and be successful but if it is categorised as a Coastal Village then it will have an unfair disadvantage against other villages in Dwyfor.

Remove Llanbedrog from the list of Coastal Village and add it to the list of Service Village

Representation ID: 200

SUPPORT Rhys Thomas

Summary:

I support the proposal to restrict development to WITHIN the development boundary for Llangristiolus as shown on the interactive map, being a Local Village as defined within STRATEGIC POLICY PS15:
Local Villages:
"Development will be restricted to a scale and type to address community need for housing on windfall/ infill plots WITHIN DEVELOPMENT BOUNDARIES."

Representation ID: 95

SUPPORT Elizabeth Whitehead

Summary:

Confirm support subject to correct interpretation-
* Planning applications must conform to all points of TAI17.
* Development is restricted to within outline boundaries (map 55)
* Preference is given to Sustainable living SO5 - whilst respecting the varied role and character of the centres, villages and countryside.
* Preference is given to protect and enhance the natural and built environment SO16 - Protect, enhance and manage the natural and heritage assets of the Plan area, including its natural resources, wildlife habitats, and its landscape character.

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