Housing

Housing association’s 30 households near Ysbyty Gwynedd turned down above ‘bonkers’ targeted visitors

Plans to build 30 new households around Gwynedd’s largest hospital have been turned down because of to issues they would add to by now “bonkers” targeted visitors in the region.

Housing affiliation Adra’s ideas for the blend of two and 3 bedroom residences at Pen-y-Ffridd, Penrhosgarnedd close to Bangor had been encouraged for approval by planning officers.

But conference on Monday, arranging committee customers went versus their tips and refused the ideas –  despite warnings that any prosperous enchantment could conclude up with the council owning to spend expenditures.

The arranging office experienced suggested acceptance owing to its location within Bangor’s nearby enhancement boundary and the offer of 12 reasonably priced properties, with Adra also pointing out Penrhosgarnedd’s standing as a hugely sought-immediately after region to reside for staff dependent at close by Ysbyty Gwynedd.

But regional councillors raised considerations over the influence on an previously strained highway community,