Plans for 350 new homes in LLay !!!!!

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  • #70337

    Captain C
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    I don’t hate the Crewe’s I hate what they are doing to the village. I don’t hate South Wales, I am from South Welsh stock going back three generations before they moved to North Wales. I most certainly don’t hate progress I have ran a business for many years but I would not sell my neighbours down the line and reduce the value of their homes by destroying their area around them.

    #70256
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
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    How on earth is this development going to devalue the homes in the area?
    It isn’t.
    A common theme amongst the objectors seems a complete absence of fact and logic, this development can only be good for the Village and good for local business.

    #70338

    Captain C
    Participant

    Try telling that to all the residents off Gresford Road and within Llay.

    #70408

    Marie
    Participant

    I see that the draft local plan is due out in the next 20 weeks or so. Planning Policy Wales states that:
    ” Questions of prematurity may arise where an LDP is in preparation but the plan has not yet been adopted. In these circumstances refusing planning permission on grounds of prematurity may be justifiable in respect of development proposals which are individually so substantial, or whose cumulative effect would be so significant, that to grant permission would predetermine decisions about the scale, location or phasing of new development which ought properly to be taken in the LDP context. Refusal will therefore not usually be justified except in cases where a development proposal goes to the heart of a plan. This requires careful judgement. A refusal might be justifiable
    where a proposal would have a significant impact on an important settlement, or on a substantial area, with an identifiable character, but is rarely justifiable if a development proposal is likely to impact upon only a small area.
    2.6.4 The stage which a plan has reached will also be an important factor in judging whether a refusal on prematurity grounds is justifiable. A refusal on prematurity grounds will seldom be justified where a plan is at the pre-deposit plan preparation stage, with no early prospect of reaching deposit, because of the lengthy delay which this would impose in determining the future use of the land in question.

    The developers have clearly timed there application for before the deposit plan date, but the grounds of prematurity may be valid if the deposit is imminent? This is potentially significant.

    #70257
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
    Participant

    @Captain C 17234 wrote:

    Try telling that to all the residents off Gresford Road and within Llay.

    I don’t need to tell them anything, this development will not and cannot devalue any homes in the area.
    On what economic theory do you base your statement?

    #70420

    EJ01
    Member

    Try telling that to the people who bought the barn conversions at Home Farm with open countryside views!

    #70422

    Mr Wonderful
    Member

    In my experience if MOST people you meet don’t like you , I think I’d start to wonder “why the recurring theme?”…..maybe change something,like aftershave to start with…..

    #70258
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
    Participant

    @EJ01 17241 wrote:

    Try telling that to the people who bought the barn conversions at Home Farm with open countryside views!

    And anyone else?
    Didn’t think so.

    #70148

    lazyjack
    Member

    @Sheefag 17239 wrote:

    I don’t need to tell them anything, this development will not and cannot devalue any homes in the area.

    I’m sorry but whether you agree with this proposed development or not, there is surely no doubt that it will affect the value on many properties.

    Do you honestly believe that a 4/5 bed house overlooking nice green fields is not worth more than one directly opposite a huge housing estate ? Ask an estate agent if you need convincing.

    #70259
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
    Participant

    A view that was taken from someone else when their own house was built.
    If every planning application was decided on such grounds, nothing would ever get built.

    I’m really not so far, reading any objection that a planning committee would take an ounce of notice of frankly.

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