129 Pentre Uchaf Farm, Peulwys Lane, Old Colwyn

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27552

Received: 31/08/2019

Respondent: Mr Doug Scott

Representation Summary:

No building should be permitted in this area as the few existing roads serving this area are already saturated due to building which has taken place. Doctors surgeries are also oversubscribed.

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No building should be permitted in this area as the few existing roads serving this area are already saturated due to building which has taken place. Doctors surgeries are also oversubscribed.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27621

Received: 05/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Huw Owen

Representation Summary:

Close to golf course. Traffic access would be from Peulwys Lane. Far too much development proposed in this area which would be detrimental to our communities.

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Close to golf course. Traffic access would be from Peulwys Lane. Far too much development proposed in this area which would be detrimental to our communities.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27721

Received: 16/09/2019

Respondent: Miss Jo Hughes

Representation Summary:

The development would

Increase traffic on Llanelian Rd, Coed Coch Rd and Peulwys Lane - current roads are too narrow and many houses don't have access to off road parking. There is insufficient parking at Colwyn Bay football ground and during home games football supporters park on both sides of the road reducing this to a single line of traffic.

Place a burden on services, schools are facing funding cuts and Betsi Cadwaladr is struggling to recruit GPs to area.

Increase traffic on the marine roundabout

Impact local wildlife - hedge rows and green open spaces.

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The development would

Increase traffic on Llanelian Rd, Coed Coch Rd and Peulwys Lane - current roads are too narrow and many houses don't have access to off road parking. There is insufficient parking at Colwyn Bay football ground and during home games football supporters park on both sides of the road reducing this to a single line of traffic.

Place a burden on services, schools are facing funding cuts and Betsi Cadwaladr is struggling to recruit GPs to area.

Increase traffic on the marine roundabout

Impact local wildlife - hedge rows and green open spaces.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27778

Received: 17/09/2019

Respondent: Mrs June Ryan

Representation Summary:

The land is outside of the settlement boundary and in open countryside. There will be an adverse effect on wild life and the health and well being of the residents of Old Colwyn, with the destruction of hedgerows, trees and footpaths. There is already an acute lack of amenity space in Colwyn. The infrastructure is not in place all existing roads are unsuitable for any increase in traffic. Old Colwyn is already over developed.

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The land is outside of the settlement boundary and in open countryside. There will be an adverse effect on wild life and the health and well being of the residents of Old Colwyn, with the destruction of hedgerows, trees and footpaths. There is already an acute lack of amenity space in Colwyn. The infrastructure is not in place all existing roads are unsuitable for any increase in traffic. Old Colwyn is already over developed.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27783

Received: 17/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Mark Owen

Representation Summary:

Inadequate and unsafe access to the proposed development due to existing traffic. The proposed development would significantly increase traffic, destroy trees and wildlife, generate additional noise and pollution from the number of vehicles using the development. The layout and density of this along with other proposed developments in the vicinity will create a serious safety risk and local facilities such as the doctors surgery are unable to cope as it is.

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Inadequate and unsafe access to the proposed development due to existing traffic. The proposed development would significantly increase traffic, destroy trees and wildlife, generate additional noise and pollution from the number of vehicles using the development. The layout and density of this along with other proposed developments in the vicinity will create a serious safety risk and local facilities such as the doctors surgery are unable to cope as it is.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27814

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: george ryan

Representation Summary:

Inadequate infrastructure to support existing community!

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Inadequate infrastructure to support existing community!

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27831

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: Mrs Brenda Johnston

Representation Summary:

Summary of objections to housing development at Pentre Uchaf Farm, Peulwys Lane, Old Colwyn as follows:-
Loss of light
Overshadowing
Loss of privacy
Loss of visual amenity
Impact on residents parking, turning, loading and offloading
Restricted space for two way traffic
Noise and disturbance generated by extra traffic
Loss of trees
Concerns over layout and density of buildings, design, appearance and materials
Concerns over landscaping such a topographically difficult site
Concerns over secondary road access for vehicles
Previous planning decisions have been against developing this site
Concerns about Nature conservation (flora &fauna)

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Summary of objections to housing development at Pentre Uchaf Farm, Peulwys Lane, Old Colwyn as follows:-
Loss of light
Overshadowing
Loss of privacy
Loss of visual amenity
Impact on residents parking, turning, loading and offloading
Restricted space for two way traffic
Noise and disturbance generated by extra traffic
Loss of trees
Concerns over layout and density of buildings, design, appearance and materials
Concerns over landscaping such a topographically difficult site
Concerns over secondary road access for vehicles
Previous planning decisions have been against developing this site
Concerns about Nature conservation (flora &fauna)

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27841

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: mr eric roberts

Representation Summary:

Particular to Meadowbank. Refused planning permission in 1990 due to nature conservation ie badger sets and other wildlife. Due to the topography of the land after 14 and 17 Meadowbank. Tree conservation area from 10 Meadowbank upwards. Traffic nuisance and congestion due to unsuitable road access through Meadowbank,Peulwys Lane, Coed Coch Road and Llanelion Road. Inadequacy of parking and turning. Highway safety on Meadowbank and Peulwys lane. The site at Meadowbank was refused planning permission by Conwy Borough Council in 1989 and upheld by the T and C planning appeal enquiry 30/10/1990. All the reasons remain the same!!!!!!

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Particular to Meadowbank. Refused planning permission in 1990 due to nature conservation ie badger sets and other wildlife. Due to the topography of the land after 14 and 17 Meadowbank. Tree conservation area from 10 Meadowbank upwards. Traffic nuisance and congestion due to unsuitable road access through Meadowbank,Peulwys Lane, Coed Coch Road and Llanelion Road. Inadequacy of parking and turning. Highway safety on Meadowbank and Peulwys lane. The site at Meadowbank was refused planning permission by Conwy Borough Council in 1989 and upheld by the T and C planning appeal enquiry 30/10/1990. All the reasons remain the same!!!!!!

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27845

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: Judith Griffith

Representation Summary:

Gwrthwynebaf adeiladu ar y safle yma oherwydd yr effaith ar ein iaith a'n diwylliant; yr effaith ar ein lonydd; yr effaith ar ein cefn gwlad a'r effaith ar ein hysgolion a'r meddygfa yma.

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Rwyf yn gwrthwynebu'n gryf adeiladu ar y safle yma. Bydd adeiladu tai yma yn gael effaith erchyll ar y cefn gwlad, y safleodd gwyrdd a'r bywyd gwyllt sydd yno ac o'i gwmpas. Yn waeth na hynny, nid yw'r priffyrdd o gwmpas y safle yn medru ymdopi hefo'r nifer enfawr o draffig sydd ar y lonydd yma rwan, a mi fydd adeiladu'r tai yma yn adio nifer enfawr o geir i'r lonydd yma. Bydd y traffig ar Lon Llaneilian a Coed Coch, a'r cyffordd Lon Peulwys/Lon Llanelian (sydd i gyd yn hynod y brysur rwan) yn gwaethygu - dydi arwyneb y lonydd yma ddim yn medru gwrthsefyll y traffig sydd yn teithio arno rwan. Does dim lle yn y meddygfa lleol na'r ysgolion lleol i fwy o drigolion yn yr ardal yma, a does dim warant bysa unrhyw meddygfa newydd yn denu doctoriad i'r ardal, yn enwedig wrth wybod yr anhawster recriwtio sydd gan y meddygfa yma yn barod (a'r ffaith fod y meddygfa arall yma wedi cau!) Yn olaf, teimlaf yn gryf fod adeiladu unrhyw dai newydd yn yr ardal yn mynd i gael effaith negyddol ar ein iaith Gymraeg a'n diwylliant. Does dim byd yn atal pobol o tua allan i'r ardal (neu tu allan i Gymru) prynu'r tai yma a chymudo i'w gwaith yn rhywle arall, neu ymddeol i fyw yma o ardal arall. Mae Cymraeg yn iaith lleiafrif Hen Golwyn yn barod - does dim eisiau gwanhau'r iaith yn bellach drwy adeiladu tai a fydd ar gael i bobol tu allan i'r ardal yma.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27849

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Eric Mawson

Representation Summary:

This area cannot withstand further development due to lack of infrastructure and facilities plus already busy unsafe roads. See comments on Peulwys Farm.

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This area cannot withstand further development due to lack of infrastructure and facilities plus already busy unsafe roads. See comments on Peulwys Farm.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27850

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: Mr David Perry

Representation Summary:

This site was the subject of a Town and Country Planning Inquiry in October 1990 at which the decision of Conwy Borough Council to refuse development was upheld. The primary reasons for refusal, namely difficult topography, wildlife including badgers and impact on privacy for the properties overlooked by the site have not changed in the past 29 years, therefore the previous decision should be adhered to.

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This site was the subject of a Town and Country Planning Inquiry in October 1990 at which the decision of Conwy Borough Council to refuse development was upheld. The primary reasons for refusal, namely difficult topography, wildlife including badgers and impact on privacy for the properties overlooked by the site have not changed in the past 29 years, therefore the previous decision should be adhered to.

Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27864

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: Rhys Griffith

Representation Summary:

Gwrthwynebaf adeiladu ar y safle yma oherwydd yr effaith ar ein iaith a'n diwylliant; yr effaith ar ein lonydd; yr effaith ar ein cefn gwlad a'r effaith ar ein hysgolion a'r meddygfa yma.


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Rwyf yn gwrthwynebu'n gryf adeiladu ar y safle yma. Bydd adeiladu tai yma yn gael effaith erchyll ar y cefn gwlad, y safleodd gwyrdd a'r bywyd gwyllt sydd yno ac o'i gwmpas. Yn waeth na hynny, nid yw'r priffyrdd o gwmpas y safle yn medru ymdopi hefo'r nifer enfawr o draffig sydd ar y lonydd yma rwan, a mi fydd adeiladu'r tai yma yn adio nifer enfawr o geir i'r lonydd yma. Bydd y traffig ar Lon Llaneilian a Coed Coch, a'r cyffordd Lon Peulwys/Lon Llanelian (sydd i gyd yn hynod y brysur rwan) yn gwaethygu - dydi arwyneb y lonydd yma ddim yn medru gwrthsefyll y traffig sydd yn teithio arno rwan. Does dim lle yn y meddygfa lleol na'r ysgolion lleol i fwy o drigolion yn yr ardal yma, a does dim warant bysa unrhyw meddygfa newydd yn denu doctoriad i'r ardal, yn enwedig wrth wybod yr anhawster recriwtio sydd gan y meddygfa yma yn barod (a'r ffaith fod y meddygfa arall yma wedi cau!) Yn olaf, teimlaf yn gryf fod adeiladu unrhyw dai newydd yn yr ardal yn mynd i gael effaith negyddol ar ein iaith Gymraeg a'n diwylliant. Does dim byd yn atal pobol o tua allan i'r ardal (neu tu allan i Gymru) prynu'r tai yma a chymudo i'w gwaith yn rhywle arall, neu ymddeol i fyw yma o ardal arall. Mae Cymraeg yn iaith lleiafrif Hen Golwyn yn barod - does dim eisiau gwanhau'r iaith yn bellach drwy adeiladu tai a fydd ar gael i bobol tu allan i'r ardal yma.