46 new homes approved
A PLAN to build almost 50 new homes in Holyhead has been given the green light by council planners.
Anwyl Homes had submitted a planning application for the 46-house development at Parc Tyddyn Bach, which stands just a stone’s throw away from the former Ysgol Llaingoch primary school.
According to the developers, the estate will include both detached and semi-detached homes on a site which is currently used for grazing.
A meeting of Anglesey Council’s planning committee unanimously approved the plans on the recommendation of officers – despite objections being raised by one local member.
Cllr Glyn Haynes, who was not in attendance but had submitted a written response, asked for the plans to be “called-in” to the committee following concerns from local residents at the Waenfawr Estate, which would back on to the proposed development, in relation to possible flooding issues which may arise from the stream which runs nearby.
Members unanimously approved the plans.