38 Land between Hawes Drive and Maes y Castell, Deganwy

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27562

Received: 03/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Peter Williams

Representation Summary:

The historic, protected, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre and surrounding areas are a natural environment which must be protected. Tourism will continue to be a major economic driver according to the LDP and the existing GREEN WEDGE NTE/2 status of a unique coastal belt must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations. Looking from Deganwy Castle the land is a natural flow from the Vardre with the hilly Bryn Gosol outcrop to the north looking over to Llandudno and Bryniau Tower.

Full text:

The historic, protected, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre and surrounding areas are a natural environment which must be protected. Tourism will continue to be a major economic driver according to the LDP and the existing GREEN WEDGE NTE/2 status of a unique coastal belt must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations. Looking from Deganwy Castle the land is a natural flow from the Vardre with the hilly Bryn Gosol outcrop to the north looking over to Llandudno and Bryniau Tower.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27570

Received: 02/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Peter Crabtree

Representation Summary:

The historic, protected, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre and surrounding areas are a natural environment which must be protected.
Tourism will continue to be a major economic driver according to the LDP and the existing GREEN WEDGE NTE/2 status of a unique open coastal belt area must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations.

Looking from Deganwy Castle the land is a natural flow from the Vardre with the hilly Bryn Gosol outcrop to the north looking over to Llandudno and Bryniau Tower.

Full text:

The historic, protected, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre and surrounding areas are a natural environment which must be protected.
Tourism will continue to be a major economic driver according to the LDP and the existing GREEN WEDGE NTE/2 status of a unique open coastal belt area must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations.

Looking from Deganwy Castle the land is a natural flow from the Vardre with the hilly Bryn Gosol outcrop to the north looking over to Llandudno and Bryniau Tower.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27571

Received: 03/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Philip Williams

Representation Summary:

The historic, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre - a natural environment, must be protected.

The existing green wedge status of a unique open coastal belt area must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations.

As tourism will be a major economic driver according to the LDP the coastal green wedge NTE/2 must be maintained especially The Vardre and the Deganwy Castle areas.

Full text:

The historic, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre - a natural environment, must be protected.



The existing green wedge status of a unique open coastal belt area must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations.



As tourism will be a major economic driver according to the LDP the coastal green wedge NTE/2 must be maintained especially The Vardre and the Deganwy Castle areas.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27573

Received: 03/09/2019

Respondent: Mrs Shirley Williams

Representation Summary:

Candidate site number 38 land between Hawes Drive and Maes Y Castell should remain under the GREEN WEDGE POLICY NTE/2. The historic, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre - a natural environment, must be protected . The existing green wedge status of a unique open coastal belt must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations. As tourism will be a major economic driver according to the LDP the coastal GREEN WEDGE NTE/2 must be maintained especially the Vardre and the Deganwy Castle areas.

Full text:

Candidate site number 38 land between Hawes Drive and Maes Y Castell should remain under the GREEN WEDGE POLICY NTE/2. The historic, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre - a natural environment, must be protected . The existing green wedge status of a unique open coastal belt must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations. As tourism will be a major economic driver according to the LDP the coastal GREEN WEDGE NTE/2 must be maintained especially the Vardre and the Deganwy Castle areas.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27601

Received: 05/09/2019

Respondent: Mrs Lucy Wybraniec

Representation Summary:

Candidate site Number 38 land between Hawes Drive and Maes Y Castell should remain under the GREEN WEDGE POLICY NTE/2 .

The historic, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre - a natural environment, must be protected.

The existing green wedge status of a unique open coastal belt area must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations.

As tourism will be a major economic driver according to the LDP the coastal green wedge NTE/2 must be maintained especially The Vardre and the Deganwy Castle areas.

Full text:

Candidate site Number 38 land between Hawes Drive and Maes Y Castell should remain under the GREEN WEDGE POLICY NTE/2 .

The historic, cultural area of Deganwy Castle and the Vardre - a natural environment, must be protected.

The existing green wedge status of a unique open coastal belt area must be maintained and our cultural heritage conserved for future generations.

As tourism will be a major economic driver according to the LDP the coastal green wedge NTE/2 must be maintained especially The Vardre and the Deganwy Castle areas.