OF GLYN­L­LI­FON

Caernarfon Herald - - NEWS -

tre, and pro­vid­ing a sig­nif­i­cant level of lo­cal em­ploy­ment.”

They plan a pub­lic con­sul­ta­tion and open day this sum­mer, where lo­cal peo­ple and visi­tors will be able to look around those parts of the house and grounds that have been re­stored and pro­vide feed­back to the fu­ture plans of the com­pany, which also in­clude en­abling de­vel­op­ment at Seiont Manor Ho­tel and Plas Tŷ Coch and Plas Br­ere­ton.

Grŵp Llan­drillo Me­nai chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Dafydd Evans said: “The out­line mas­ter­plan for the Glyn­l­li­fon es­tate of­fers up some in­ter­est­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for Grŵp Llan­drillo Me­nai to im­prove and de­velop its of­fer to stu­dents at Glyn­l­li­fon.

“There are is­sues that re­quire fur­ther clar­i­fi­ca­tion but the board of gover­nors are pleased to con­tinue the dia­logue with Plas Glyn­l­li­fon and the Cyn­gor Gwynedd to cre­ate a joint vi­sion that will ben­e­fit all.” Pic­tures: Ar­wyn Roberts

A Gwynedd Coun­cil spokesman said: “Parc Glyn­l­li­fon coun­try park, which is man­aged by the coun­cil, is an im­por­tant at­trac­tion en­joyed by lo­cal res­i­dents and visi­tors alike.

“Whilst the coun­cil has im­ple­mented some changes dur­ing re­cent years, it has been agreed that a re­view of the long-term fu­ture man­age­ment of the park should be un­der­taken: this will be car­ried out dur­ing 2018/19.”

Cllr Ioan Thomas, Gwynedd Coun­cil eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment cab­i­net mem­ber, said: “The coun­cil has re­cently re­ceived out­line ideas from the own­ers of Plas Glyn­l­li­fon. How­ever, fur­ther de­tails would be re­quired be­fore the coun­cil could as­sess and con­sider the mat­ter in de­tail.”

“Given the im­por­tance of Parc Glyn­l­li­fon lo­cally, we have em­pha­sised the need for en­gage­ment and con­sul­ta­tion with the com­mu­nity, lo­cal groups and busi­nesses.”

● Paul and Rowena Wil­liams (far left) want to man­age the coun­try park and other parts of the Glyn­l­li­fon es­tate

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