Question 2: Do you think that this is the right Vision for the Conwy RLDP?

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27309

Received: 23/01/2019

Respondent: Innogy Renewables UK Ltd

Representation Summary:

The vision strikes an appropriate balance between promoting growth and safeguarding the area's landscape, heritage and environmental assets; and properly recognises the importance of inward investment and infrastructure growth in a sustainable economy.

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No

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27328

Received: 25/01/2019

Respondent: Home Builders Federation Ltd

Representation Summary:

The HBF suggests that the proposed vision is overly complicated/wordy. The HBF considers that there is some confusion/conflict which has been created by the published version of PPW between placemaking and sustainable places but understand that this is not for Conway Council to resolve.
The HBF are however supportive of it linking the role of new housing, employment and infrastructure delivery.

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27354

Received: 25/01/2019

Respondent: FCC Environmental (UK) Limited

Agent: Axis

Representation Summary:

The vision supports the core aims and objectives of PPW and WFG Act. Accordingly, it is considered it is the right vision for Conwy which reflects its dynamic geographical location and long term aspirations.

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27380

Received: 25/01/2019

Respondent: The Theatres Trust

Representation Summary:

We are supportive of the Vision as proposed.

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27384

Received: 25/01/2019

Respondent: Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Representation Summary:

The vision is well written, focusses on the assets within Conwy and demonstrates the many factors that combine that can affect the health of individuals and communities. There is strong evidence linking health and wellbeing outcomes with the quality of the built and natural environment and this is summarised in the vision.

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27394

Received: 25/01/2019

Respondent: Mineral Products Association ltd

Representation Summary:

Yes

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27401

Received: 25/01/2019

Respondent: Cllr Anne McCaffrey

Representation Summary:

Yes

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Yes

Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives

Representation ID: 27412

Received: 05/03/2019

Respondent: Bay of Colwyn Town Council

Representation Summary:

Yes

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