By diligent research of Planning files and persuasive argument, we were recently able to obtain a Certificate of Lawfulness for a Building Plot, effectively returning it from the dead.
It is interesting how so many assumed dead planning permissions can be proved to be still live and extant !
The Deposit Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local Development Plan (JLDP) is to be examined for soundness by two Inspectors in September and October 2016.
We expect the Plan will be adopted sometime early 2017.
It will then be the principal decision-making document for planning applications and appeals in the two Counties.
Present plans will then fall away.
Should roof advertisements be accepted and approved on Cafes or Restaurants in seaside resorts such as Benllech ...or Abersoch ?
Comments welcomed !
News arrives that a Developer is challenging a Local Development Plan policy in St Ives aimed at restricting new homes to locals only. Watch this space !
We have recently led applications for PP and listed building consent for a number of interesting heritage building conversions in Anglesey.
But the cream is yet to come with a major project to convert the Plas Newydd Home Farm complex to a number of high-class dwellings.
We are Local Agents for a complex planning application for a state-of-the-art 220 acre 50MW solar park.
This will be the size of 100 football pitches, and the largest in Wales which will be located in a secluded rural area south of Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, adjacent to a number of large wind turbines.
The application complies with all local and national planning policies relating to renewable energy and is formally supported by the Anglesey Energy Island Executive.
We gave a presentation to a crowded Public Meeting recently. There are some local objections and much political manoeuvring.
A large side issue is the amount of voluntary Community Benefit to be pledged by the project over its 30 year life, and who should benefit. Interesting debates on this topic !
For further details pleae contact us.