40 Land adjacent to Bryn Lupus Road, Llanrhos, Llandudno (Option 2)

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27437

Received: 12/08/2019

Respondent: Mr Michael Bailey

Representation Summary:

Objection to the scale and repercussions of the proposed plan

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Field is part of the green belt and has significant importance re nature and birds(92 species).There is already significant flooding in the whole area inc Maes Y Castell, due to water flowing off the Vardre, these developments will surely worsen the water problem.There will be clear traffic issues along Bryn Lupus Rd when the proposed new access road-or school- is built.All large scale development on this field will severely impact on residents of Maes Y Castell,with concerns of anti social behaviour in this quiet area due to the siting of the various recreation areas (who will maintain/police these areas?)all of which abut the Vardre, which is a cultural heritage site.There are no benefits for existing residents.from this huge scheme,which will put great strain on the local infrastructure , and completely change Llanrhos.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27517

Received: 26/08/2019

Respondent: Ms Jeanne MACINNES

Representation Summary:

Any plan to build in this particular part of Llanrhos goes against your stated objectives of:
1 distinctive and special characteristics are protected and enhanced
2 [building in] appropriate ... right location
3 minimise need to travel and dependency on car and overall levels of pollution

This proposal will change the very nature of Llanrhos itself, by destroying a part of its green belt long enjoyed by both residents and passers-by.
Plan to preserve Llandudno's green hinterland - it is as vital as beach and Orme to Llandudno's tourism.
It would increase traffic multi-fold along Bryn lupus Road

Full text:

Any plan to build in this particular part of Llanrhos goes against your stated objectives of:
1 distinctive and special characteristics are protected and enhanced
2 [building in] appropriate ... right location
3 minimise need to travel and dependency on car and overall levels of pollution

This proposal will change the very nature of Llanrhos itself, by destroying a part of its green belt long enjoyed by both residents and passers-by.
Plan to preserve Llandudno's green hinterland - it is as vital as beach and Orme to Llandudno's tourism.
It would increase traffic multi-fold along Bryn lupus Road

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27528

Received: 29/08/2019

Respondent: Mrs Tracey Warburton

Representation Summary:

This will still have a negative impact for the residents of Llanrhos and especially Bryn Lupus Road access for this development is a huge problem for Bryn Lupus road with the increase of traffic safety concerns and disturbance from noise pollution.Llanrhos is an area with a lot of history,It will spoil the natural beauty of Llanrhos and the Vardre with development.

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This will still have a negative impact for the residents of Llanrhos and especially Bryn Lupus Road access for this development is a huge problem for Bryn Lupus road with the increase of traffic safety concerns and disturbance from noise pollution.Llanrhos is an area with a lot of history,It will spoil the natural beauty of Llanrhos and the Vardre with development.