39-41 High Street. Wrexham

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    The decision has been deferred. The developer mentioned cheap rents. This is not enforceable by planning. The Council should not be influenced by such unsubstantiated meaningless statements.



    “The application for the second and third floors of 39 to 41 High Street had been recommended for approval by Wrexham Council’s chief planning officer”

    Is this the same planning officer that refused the Wrexham industrial estate Tomato greenhouse plan? But is happy with ultra small flats. This planning officer is useless.

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by newwales.

    Ioan y Ffin

    Which is least likely to happen in the next 12 months
    a) the Second Coming
    b) You win the National Lottery Jackpot
    c) The Planning Department produce the Local Development Plan

    William Hill, Betfair and Ladbrokes have just told me they are no longer taking bets on this owing to c) being impossible.



    Ioan y Ffin

    If you thought 39-41 High Street was grim, then don’t even bother looking at the plans for the fourteen box room flats above Clinton Cards on Regent Street. The idea that professionals would want to work all day and come back to the one of these over-priced cupboards is a total joke and not a nice one either. The plans for an extension to the rear for another six cupboard flats would mean there would be no outside space apart from that needed for the ever overflowing communal bins. People haven’t campaigned for the abolition of battery cages for hens to see them replaced by the equivalent for human beings.

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