A quick decision saw outline plans for a housing development in Llay approved last night.
Last week Wrexham.com reported that outline plans for a housing development on land next to the Llay Miner’s Welfare were to go before Wrexham’s Planning Committee.
The outline plans submitted to Wrexham Council submit that 18 homes, along with a new access point are developed on the vacant site.
This is the second time outline plans to develop houses on this plot of land have been developed, with an initial application for 24 homes rejected last year. However the application was refused due to issues surrounding the loss of trees, lack of onsite parking and the proposed layout of the 24 homes.
While the proposed development is outside of the settlement limit, yesterday’s report it is described as a ‘logical extension to the existing built up area’.
In a relatively quick decision with no comments from members of the Planning Committee, the outline proposals were passed unanimously.
Firmer details of the proposed housing development will now be expected at a later date.
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