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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY TAI14, T5 - Land opposite The Crematorium, Bangor

Representation ID: 1557

OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

* A water supply can be provided to serve this site.
* Off-site sewers would be required to connect to the public sewerage network. These can be provided through the sewer requisition scheme under Sections 98-101 of the Water Industry Act 1991.
* The proposed growth being promoted for this settlement would require improvements at Treborth Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) which would need to be funded through our Asset Management Plan or potentially earlier through developer contributions.

Representation ID: 1345

OBJECT Cyngor Dinas Bangor (Mr Gwyn Hughes)

Summary:

The City Council are of the opinion that:
* The site is located in a prominent and attractive rural location, divorced from the built up area of the City of Bangor and the shopping, community facilities and services that it provides. It would therefore not be sustainable development as it would encourage the use of motor cars in order to take advantage of these facilities.
* It would extend a ribbon of development into an attractive rural landscape to the detriment of the character and visual amenities of the area.
* The site occupies a prominent location when viewed from the adjoining highway and buildings erected thereon would dominate the skyline and cause serious injury to the visual amenities of the area.
* The residential allocation of the site should be re-considered and the development boundary re-drawn to exclude the site.

Representation ID: 1299

OBJECT Cyngor Dinas Bangor (Mr Gwyn Hughes)

Summary:

The City Council are of the opinion that:
- The site is located in a prominent and attractive rural location, divorced from the built up area of the City of Bangor and the shopping, community facilities and services it provides. It would therefore not be sustainable development as it would encourage the use of motor cars in order to take advantage of these facilities.
- It would extend a ribbon development into an attractive rural landscape to the detriment of the character and visual amenities of the area.
- The site occupies a prominent location when viewed from the adjoining highway and buildings erected thereon would dominate the skyline and cause serious injury to the visual amenities of the area.
- The residential allocation of the site should be re-considered and the development boundary re-drawn to exclude the site.

Representation ID: 1293

SUPPORT RCH Douglas Pennant represented by Carter Jonas (Mrs Charlene Sussums-Lewis)

Summary:

The proposed accocation of circa 72 residential units on T5 is supported for the following reasons:
- Deliverability - Positive Planning
- Allocated Housing Numbers
- Development Principle
- Opportunities and constraints - App 1
- Indicative Masterplan - App 2
- Positive Sustainability Apprisal

Representation ID: 669

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

Summary:

The proposed sites in Bangor include a green field site (T5) opposite the crematorium, adjacent to the development boundary and within the SLA; this has good access and may not be convenient for agricultural use as it is separated from other fields. T5 is broadly acceptable to us.

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