142 Adjacent to former Rectory, Llysfaen

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27434

Received: 11/08/2019

Respondent: Thomas Parry

Representation Summary:

The land has rare orchids and numerous other plants.
Badgers and foxes roam at night.
The school is over subscribed, there are limited facilities, no health care facilities in the village.
There is no mains gas, mains sewage facilities are inadequate.
Roads are narrow with few footpaths and poorly maintained.
We already have had more than our fair share of new houses built over the past few years.
Radon gas is high in the village. The land adjacent to Drws Y Mynydd has one or more faults running through it- affecting local property when blasting occurs in the quarry.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27502

Received: 21/08/2019

Respondent: Mrs Daphne Morris

Representation Summary:

142 and 123 are massive proposed developments with no prospect of infrastructure.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 27739

Received: 12/09/2019

Respondent: Prof & Dr Del & Ann Williams & Parry-Williams

Representation Summary:

This was allocated in the current CLDP but has not come forward.Under the policy noted at paras 4.3.17 and 4.3.18 of the RLDP this "rollover" site should be excluded from the RLDP. Planning Policy Wales (Ed 10.)states that the "supply of land to meet the housing requirement proposed in a development plan must be deliverable". There is no reasoned justification nor cogent evidence that this site meets PPW (Ed 10) deliverability tests.

Please note that, as shown on the online "Candidates Sites"map, Site 142 contains land occupied by the owners of Drws-y-Mynydd and is not co-terminous with the current CLDP.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28035

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Kevin Cooke

Representation Summary:

Site is inconsistent with a Tier 2 village.
Land has wild orchids.
Doctors/dentists/schools oversubscribed.
Mains sewage inadequate.
Roads are narrow and no footpaths near school, this is dangerous.
Site does not meet PPW (ed 10) deliverability tests.
Llysfaen is a village and should not be overdeveloped.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28038

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Rebecca Davies

Representation Summary:

Site is inconsistent with a Tier 2 village.
Land has wild orchids.
Doctors/dentists/schools oversubscribed.
Mains sewage inadequate.
Roads are narrow and no footpaths near school, this is dangerous.
Site does not meet PPW (ed 10) deliverability tests.
Llysfaen is a village and should not be overdeveloped.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28041

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr John Davies

Representation Summary:

Site is inconsistent with a Tier 2 village.
Land has wild orchids.
Doctors/dentists/schools oversubscribed.
Mains sewage inadequate.
Roads are narrow and no footpaths near school, this is dangerous.
Site does not meet PPW (ed 10) deliverability tests.
Llysfaen is a village and should not be overdeveloped.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28047

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Antoine Johannes Botes

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is horses in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horses.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in xcertain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28049

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Antoine Botes

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is a horse in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horse.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in certain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28051

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Alidia Botes

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is a horse in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horse.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in certain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28053

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Emma Jones

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is a horse in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horse.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in certain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28055

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Joey Valerio-Pop

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is a horse in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horse.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in certain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28057

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Andres Valerio-Pop

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is a horse in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horse.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in certain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28059

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr James MacKenzie

Representation Summary:

I object to you building on this field for various reasons. Firstly there is a horse in that field that is good for the kids as there is a school nearby and calming for when people go for a stroll and kids find great pleasure of seeing the horse.

It is a small village that doesn't even have pavements now in certain areas to keep people and kids safe now walking so how would building more houses contribute to that. There is no gas at present as they can't cope, so how will they be able to supply others.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28062

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Karen Miles

Representation Summary:

I would like 142 and 123 being removed from the LDP as they are not consistent with a Tier 2 village.
The land on Pentregwyddel Road is a meadow and has been for the last 1000 years.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28065

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Neil Thomas

Representation Summary:

I would like 142 and 123 being removed from the LDP as they are not consistent with a Tier 2 village.
The land on Pentregwyddel Road is a meadow and has been for the last 1000 years.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28068

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Ms Libby Thomas

Representation Summary:

I would like 142 and 123 being removed from the LDP as they are not consistent with a Tier 2 village.
The land on Pentregwyddel Road is a meadow and has been for the last 1000 years.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28071

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Robbie Thomas

Representation Summary:

I would like 142 and 123 being removed from the LDP as they are not consistent with a Tier 2 village.
The land on Pentregwyddel Road is a meadow and has been for the last 1000 years.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28074

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Dylan Thomas

Representation Summary:

I would like 142 and 123 being removed from the LDP as they are not consistent with a Tier 2 village.
The land on Pentregwyddel Road is a meadow and has been for the last 1000 years.

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Object

Candidate Site Register

Representation ID: 28146

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Frances Hill

Representation Summary:

There are ancient trees and hedgerows which will be destroyed. Rare flora and fauna, home to buzzards, badgers, bats, woodpeckers, hedgehogs, sparrows, thrushes, all these species are in decline.
Poor access, narrow lanes and roads. No spaces in schools. The resident value the rural area and have chosen to live in a village for a reason. The fields, trees and wildlife which will be destroyed if building is approved.

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