Every week in North Wales planning applications are submitted and then registered by local authorities. Here are some applications that have come into local authorities this month.
They will then be determined by each council’s planning committee or delegated for a decision by planning officers. The applications include plans for a warehouse and distribution site for drinks, plans for glamping pods and proposals for a drop-in centre for veterans.
This list does not represent all of the applications lodged, but it simply a snapshot of some of those put forward. It covers the counties of Conwy, Gwynedd, Anglesey and Denbighshire.
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- Conwy County Council has received an application to demolish a building at Bodnant Lodge, Maesdu Road, Llandudno, Conwy.
- The council has also received an application for a warehouse for the storage and distribution of wines, spirits, beers, and soft drinks. The proposed warehouse includes offices, an off-licence, and services at Plot 1, Methonwy, Tir Llwyd Enterprise Park, Kinmel Bay.
- An application has also been registered for the construction of one practice green complex (for private use), including a new golf green and two practice bunkers at Llys Meirchion, Llannefydd, Conwy.
- Conwy has also received an application for the replacement of an agricultural store/shed and an extension to an existing agricultural unit on land adjacent to Ffrith Ucha, Ffordd Ffrith, Llanddoged, Conwy.
- A planning application has been submitted for the erection of a lodge to be used as a drop-in centre for veterans, parking areas, installation of a package treatment plant, landscaping, and associated works at Gwalia, Llangynhafal, Denbighshire.
- Denbighshire has received a planning application for the change of use of an existing shop (Use Class A1) to a Family Entertainment Centre (Use Class D1) including the installation of a canopy and roller shutter, erection of extension to ice cream parlour, and associated works at 1-6, West Parade, Rhyl.
- A planning application has also been registered for a garage/storeroom and the erection of a two-story extension to the rear of a dwelling at 34, Calthorpe Drive, Prestatyn, including alterations to existing vehicular access.
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- Mr Gethin Parry has applied for permission to erect an industrial building with an amended design following previous consent at DMM Engineering International, Y Glyn Factory Y Glyn Industrial Estate, Llanberis, Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
- Darren Owen has applied for permission for a single-storey pitched roof kitchen extension to the existing dwelling at Elidir, 1, Tan Y Ffordd, Penisarwaun, Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
- Gareth Hawley has applied for permission to construct a flat roof dormer extension to the rear of his property, including the rear balcony, at 7 Carreg Y Garth, Rhiwlas, Bangor, Gwynedd
- Dr Bushra Connors has submitted a planning application for a first-floor rear extension at 27 Frankwell Street, Tywyn, Gwynedd.
- Mr A. Teasdale has applied for permission to sit three permanent holiday glamping pods at Cefn Eithin, Bethesda Bach, Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
- Mr Matthew Salter has applied for permission for alterations and extensions together with associated work at Holyhead Road, Gwalchmai.
- S. Whittiker has applied for permission to demolish part of the dwelling together with alterations, extensions, and the erection of a boat store at Garth Wion, Tynygongl.
- Mr Martin M Bulkeley has amended previously approved plans and applied for permission for the variation of a condition to erect a storage shed at Innisfree, Pencraigwen.
published 2021-06-21 12:00:00