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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY TAI18

Representation ID: 1803

OBJECT Peter Day

Summary:

My proposal for a new cluster to be known as the 'Moranedd' be included since it has thirteen existing properties which complies with all criteria / requirements for acceptance. This has not been included and I ask that it be included. A scale plan is attached with the thirteen properties forming the proposed 'Moranedd Cluster' shown in red.Location is within 600m of a signed and recognised bus stop and from the bus stop there are services enabling arrival at major employment centres by 9a.m. 'Public Centres' within one kilometre include: Marianglas Village Hall, Parciau Public House and Goronwy Owen Hall.

Representation ID: 1668

OBJECT Mr Hayden Sandom represented by Owen Devenport Ltd (Mr Berwyn Owen)

Summary:

The group of houses subject to this representation (Cae Ficer) is a cohesive, tight and easily defined and contains sufficient dwellings to be considered a cluster. It is therefore suitable for inclusion within the plan as a cluster.

Representation ID: 1462

SUPPORT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

* The adequacy of the sewerage network will be assessed at the planning application stage once the location of development is known.

Representation ID: 1461

SUPPORT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

There are no known water supply issues to impact upon the delivery of 2 dwellings per cluster, however a full assessment will be made at the time of a planning application once the location of development is known.

Representation ID: 1459

OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

* The following settlements do not have public sewerage facilities therefore the provisions of Circular 10/99 'Planning Requirement in respect of the Use of Non-Mains Sewerage incorporating Septic Tanks in New Development' apply and consultation with Natural Resources Wales will be required:
Anglesey: Brynteg, Capel Coch, Capel Mawr, Capel Park, Carmel, Cerrigman, Hebron, Llanfairynghornwy, Llanynghenedl, Marianglas, Pentre Canol, Penygraigwen, Red Wharf Bay, Trefor, Tyn Lon.
Gwynedd: Aberpwll, Penrhos (Caeathro), Ceidio, Dinas (Llyn), Friog, Llanaber, Llangwnadl, Treborth, Waun (Penisarwaun)

Representation ID: 1399

OBJECT DP Jones

Summary:

Llanddaniel North East should be identified as a Cluster, comprising a cohesive group of dwellings with an urbanised appearance and of a character similar to other clusters identified in TAI18. It is not located in the AONB, its inclusion affords an opportunity as part of an overall strategy to reduce pressure on a nationally significant landscape. Llanddaniel North East has also been identified as a cluster in the appeal decision enclosed with the submission. It is also in an exceptionally sustainable location due to its proximity to sustainable and other transport modes, primary school and the settlements & facilities listed.

Representation ID: 1291

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Penmynydd a Star (Mr Rhys Davies)

Summary:

Penmynydd has a strong community hub and we would wish to see opportunities for future generations to stay within the village. The village should be identified as a cluster in the LDP under policy TAI18 and table 21 of para 7.4.128.

Representation ID: 1279

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: 1278

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: 1277

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: 1272

OBJECT Mr & Mrs O R & M Roberts

Summary:

1. Rhostrehwfa is named as a cluster, this site is infill between Llangefni and Rhostrehwfa
2. The infill area should be incorporated within either the Rhostrehwfa or Llangefni and is infill between the relevant inset maps
3. A cluster is 10 no of units or more and this area exceeds there required numbers
4. The whole area from inset map Rhostrehwfa and Llangefni should be amended, to reflect a cluster in TAI18.

Representation ID: 1094

SUPPORT Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resource Wales (Ymgynhoriadau Cynllunio

Summary:

NRW welcomes that housing within the rural clusters will be 100% affordable housing.

Representation ID: 970

OBJECT Cyng/Counc Elwyn Edwards

Summary:

I feel that the proposed plan regarding the amount of affordable housing approved for local need is insufficient as it stands (2 houses) over the life of the plan (up to 2026). I would like to change the wording of the amount of housing to (As Required) over the plan period rather than 2.

Representation ID: 736

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Llanengan (Ms Einir Wyn)

Summary:

It makes no sense that a village as large as Llanengan, with a pub, chapel, church and busy social centre (where the Ysgol Feithrin is held) is considered a cluster like Sarn Bach and Machroes. Local need homes have been built in the village over the last five/six years and there is room for further infill - there is an application submitted at the moment. Six affordable/local need homes have already been approved.

This classification should be reconsidered as a rural village in order to allow a four affordable / local need homes in Llanengan during the LDP's lifetime rather than the two that are allowed as a cluster.

Representation ID: 732

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Llanystumdwy (Mr Richard J Roberts)

Summary:

Pencaenewydd and Rhoslan have been included in the clusters table.

Why is Llanarmon not included? It has been included as a rural village in the Gwynedd Unitary Development Plan and we feel that it should be included again as a cluster. After all, it has a Church and the same bus service that serves Pencaenewydd and Llangybi runs through the village.

Llanarmon should be included in table 21.

Representation ID: 703

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

Summary:

Objection to the restriction of growth in Talybont to 2 windfall dwellings over the plan period and the absence of a development boundary. Objection to the sustainability assessment for Talybont (settlement score). The current approach actually puts at risk the viability of local services. Change: a development boundary to permit an increased number of dwellings in Talybont, which would better support the local services.

Representation ID: 702

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

Summary:

Objection to the restriction of growth in Talybont to 2 windfall dwellings over the plan period and the absence of a development boundary. Objection to the sustainability assessment for Talybont (settlement score). The current approach actually puts at risk the viability of local services. Change: a development boundary to permit an increased number of dwellings in Talybont, which would better support the local services.

Representation ID: 648

OBJECT Friends of Borth-y Gest (Tom Brooks)

Summary:

Policy PS15 - Settlement Strategy - restricts coastal villages to "within development boundaries in-fill or windfall sites". An indicative potential of 10 such sites is allocated to Borth y Gest. It is noted that this is neither a target or limit.

I support this element of the policy especially "Development will be restricted to a scale and type to address community need for housing on windfall/infill plots within development boundaries. No open market housing sites will be allocated in these villages."

However, the need in Borth y Gest on in-fill sites is for affordable housing and not for open market. Change Borth-y-Gest to a cluster.

Representation ID: 574

OBJECT Cadnant Planning (Mr Rhys Davies)

Summary:

* Clusters should be upgraded as a settlement to include a development boundary's
* There should be a specific housing allocation to deliver a combination of open market and affordable housing to meet the actual local need for such dwellings
* The identified clusters are generally sustainable settlements with good transport links. The clusters should not be limited in their growth as additional community services and facilities would be supported thereafter.
* This will support the needs of local communities which formally supported a number of services and facilities throughout the year; more suitably that an overly onerous policy which restricts the number of dwellings to be built to two and would reduce the impact of the concentration of holiday accommodation.
* It is considered that providing only 2 affordable dwellings within clusters will weaken communities both socially and economically resulting in an increase in deprivation. It is identified within National Planning Policy that there is a requirement to provide a mix of
affordable and market housing within settlements in order to create and maintain sustainable communities. Restricting housing development to 100% affordable housing will result in the social imbalance of settlements and therefore contrary to national planning policy.

Representation ID: 497

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Tref Alaw (Miss Anna M Jones)

Summary:

Item 6 within the paragraph states that occupancy is restricted in perpetuity.

This will result in it being impossible to obtain a mortgage on the dwelling.

The Plan intends to 'empty' the countryside of residents and create ghettos in the towns.

Representation ID: 442

OBJECT Mr B Pritchard represented by Jones Peckover (Mr Allan Booker)

Summary:

The village of Brynteg has not been included within any classification characterised as being capable of receiving new housing development. This is an oversight as the village displays many of the characteristics associated with other local villages and clusters. Talwyrn for example, a similar village, has been classified as a local village. It is essential for the social and economic well-being of Brynteg that new development is promoted and such a designation given. There are suitable sites for such development within the village, including site ref SP162 in the list of Candidate sites.

Representation ID: 383

OBJECT Mr Emyr Jones represented by Jones Peckover (Mr Allan Booker)

Summary:

This policy defines the village of Llanfaes as a cluster. A more appropriate categorisation would be as a local village, given its size and characteristics. There are discrepancies in the assessment process which has been carried out, given that Talwrn for example, a settlement similar in characteristics to Llanfaes, has been defined as a local village. There is a need for both affordable and market housing in Llanfaes to support and develop local services. The site identified as SP49 in the Candidate Site Register would be a suitable site for small scale expansion of the village.

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