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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY TAI15, T35 - Land to rear of Holyhead Road, Cemaes

Representation ID: 1823

OBJECT Mr Thomas Conway

Summary:

* Wrong and misleading description for the site;
* Feel there has been a lack of publicity for adjacent neighbours;
* Having affordable housing in this location is contrary to original zoning policy with Council estates located elsewhere in the Village;
* Maes Cynfor estate was never completed with land to West of boundary available;
* It is grade 3 agricultural land;
* Limited capacity of sewage plant near Wylfa;
* Anglesey document states no further development in Cemaes;
* Refusal of previous residential application in 1990 on grounds of lack of need and road safety;
* Adverse impact on value and amenity of adjacent houses;
* Surface water problems with part of site;
* An overage charge on the site impacts on its viability.

Representation ID: 1426

OBJECT Mrs G. L. Tennet

Summary:

Strongly oppose developemnt for the following grounds:

* impact on the free and safe flow of traffic, with particular reference to primary school;
* inadeqacy of infrastructure, including school, to support development;
* site in an area of natural beauty and valuable wildlife;
* impact on quality of life;
* social housing would de-value properties.

Representation ID: 1397

OBJECT Mrs Cerrie Douglass

Summary:

Dubious at to the reasons for not developing the land at Manora (SP334) directly behind Maes Cynfor and do not agree with the 'poor access' argument. There are capacity, parking and road safety issues associated with Cemaes Primary School. Arguments used to discount other sites are a matter of personal opinion. Firmly believe that the land in question is unsuitable for development. Risk of overdeveloping the village and killing the tourist industry. Capacity issues with the local GP. Also an issue with sewage systems. Impact on the Welsh Language.

Representation ID: 1379

OBJECT Miss Gweneth Mary Jones

Summary:

This land has always been agricultural land

Representation ID: 1357

OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

* A water supply can be provided to serve this site.
* The public sewerage network can accept the potential foul flows from the proposed development site.
* The proposed growth being promoted for this settlement may require improvements at Cemaes Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) which would need to be funded through our Asset Management Plan or potentially earlier through developer contributions.

Representation ID: 1305

OBJECT Glyn & Karen Williams

Summary:

We are writing to lodge our objection to the change of use and proposed
development of land located behind Lon Ysgubor. This land (T35) is located behind
our property and runs alongside Ffordd y Felin which is adjacent to the primary
school.

To summarise, our objections are:

1. Loss of habitats, hedgerows and wildlife.
2. Depreciation of value to property.
3. Increase in risk to school children and pedestrians.
4. The ability of sewage systems to cope.
5. The increase in noise and possible crime impact.
6. Reduction in quality of life for residents.
7. Lack of consultation on changes to boundaries and housing needs.

Representation ID: 1304

OBJECT Felicity Lillywhite

Summary:

The land refT35 is first class agricultural land and was outside the original boundaries of Cemaes Bay, which have recently been extended to include plot T35.

Land at Manora ref SP334 could be extended to link in with Maes Padrig and Maes Cynfor where similar housing already exists. Access for site SP334 extended to Maes Padrig would be from A5025 Holyhead Road with access from Maes Cynfor.

Concerns for the development of T35 are:

1. Road not designed or constructed to accommodate extra traffic use;
2. Inadequate sewerage capacity for major development with serious problems in the past;
3. Capacity of Cemaes Primary School to cope with additional pupils;
4. Capacity issues relating to the ability of Cemaes Bay Surgery to cope with additional numbers.

Representation ID: 1303

OBJECT Miss J Madoc-Jones

Summary:

The land refT35 is first class agricultural land and was outside the original boundaries of Cemaes Bay, which have recently been extended to include plot T35.

Land at Manora ref SP334 could be extended to link in with Maes Padrig and Maes Cynfor where similar housing already exists. Access for site SP334 extended to Maes Padrig would be from A5025 Holyhead Road with access from Maes Cynfor.

Concerns for the development of T35 are:

1. Road not designed or constructed to accommodate extra traffic use;
2. Inadequate sewerage capacity for major development with serious problems in the past;
3. Capacity of Cemaes Primary School to cope with additional pupils;
4. Capacity issues relating to the ability of Cemaes Bay Surgery to cope with additional numbers.

Representation ID: 1300

OBJECT Cyngor Cymuned Llanbadrig (Carli Evans-Thau)

Summary:

In 1990 an application to develop this site was refused following receipt of community survey highlighting the concerns of local residents and there being no safe access on to the highway. This issue is more apparent now than ever with an increase in traffic and road use. Parking is also a big problem in the immediate area. Residents have previously asked for pavements but the road is deemed to narrow and dangerous for pedestrian use.

Representation ID: 504

SUPPORT J & A Parry represented by Jones Peckover (Mr Allan Booker)

Summary:

This site is a logical location for new housing development within Cemaes Bay. It is well related to the existing urban area, has ready access to services and has a suitable road access. In addition, the developed site will have no deleterious impact on the visual amenity of the locality or on the landscape.

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