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GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Chris ODONNELL
A formal objection is attached comprising:
4 Protection of countryside
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Lee Evans
Site has been turned down previously.
Site suffers from a lack of amenity, public transport service, increasing reliance on motor vehicles.
The site is green farm land, home to a wide variety of different species. Residential targets should be achieved through the more efficient use of high street vacant uppers and brown land, building higher, not destroying green spaces.
Poor access through a residential road sub 5.0 metres wide, with two blind bends, resident and visitors cars parked on pavements narrowing the road further, relevant in light of campaign / proposals by government to make it illegal to pavement park.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Fiona Taylor
I am concerned that the site identified does not have sufficient access to support the potential future development of the land for housing. Ffordd Triban is a narrow cul -de-sac off Cherry Tree Lane. Both roads already have a number of parked vehicles which restrict potential access. Any potential increase in the resident population will make access for emergency vehicles, council recycling vehicles and existing residents more challenging.
The development of the land will destroy the habitat for bats ( a protected species) foxes,badgers and other wildlife. Alternate suitable brownfield and infill sites should be developed instead.
GWRTHWYNEBU Ms Ann Jones
If access is via Cherry Tree Lane and Ffordd Triban then these roads are too narrow for increased traffic and heavy vehicles needed for building work. There are already problems if cars are parked in these roads when the recyling vehicles come. If cars are parked on the pavement to allow large vehicles to pass there is a danger to pedestrians, wheelchair users and people with prams.
The doctor surgeries are in Colwyn Bay where it is already difficult getting appointments for existing residents.
Is there provision for extra school children?
If this goes ahead it will destroy wildlife habitats.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Colin Lovell
New properties in this area are mainly large detached. Doing intensive property development will change the nature of the area, The access road to this site is not suited to a large site development. If it were developed a small number of "cul-de-sac" houses should be maximum. Ffordd Triban road is narrow & sharp bends. Not suitable for widening or straightening. Adding dozens of houses at the far end will cause dangerous traffic conditions. The field is important to Eithinog Leonard Cheshire Disability Centre which cares for many disabled people. This development would change the nature of that hospital.
GWRTHWYNEBU Dr Brian Tehan
Acknowledging this represents an extension of houses already built, of key concern are the following; - a. Already under great strain, the load to current arterial road routes cannot sustain further increase. Others recognise car usage (a necessity given the geography), to which one must factor traffic associated with services the proposed houses; 2. Water and sewage infrastructure; 3. Impact on local schools with limit opportunity for expansion; 4. An adverse impact on an area of great beauty, which includes a richness of wildlife; 5. Why this re-application where its extremely unlikely reasons for the previous rejection decision still prevail.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Trevor Brown
The proposed access to the site is a narrow cul de sac often with vehicles parked on the road. This entails negotiating the blind bends slowly on the wrong side of the road. Any increase in traffic will significantly increase the risk of an accident. The noise and pollution generated by the increased traffic from this development, both during construction and once completed, will have a major detrimental effect on the adjacent area and to the quality of life for those already living here.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Bobbie Roberts
In the mid 1980s cherry tree lane's road was adopted by the council, after the second time of being taken to court, at the time of the adoption the council, in court stated that the road would not be used for a one way system or a thoroughfare to Mochdre. At the time the zoo entrance to the lane was of concern to the court due to volume of traffic. If planning permission is granted for this site, the volume of traffic will cause safety problems.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr John Fletcher
This site was previously rejected due to access issues and since then vehicle ownership has increased. It's a narrow cul-de-sac with 2 sharp bends. Access is already restricted with parked vehicles on the road, service vehicles struggle to manoeuvre, emergency vehicles can be obstructed and this is with the resident population as it currently stands. An increase in traffic will exacerbate this issue. The development of the land will destroy the habitat for bats,foxes,badgers,frogs,newts and birds. Development should not take place on green land but on more suitable brownfield and infill sites
GWRTHWYNEBU mrs sandra lloyd
Ffordd Triban is a narrow cul-de-sac, as you turn into the road you encounter a sharp blind bend. Cars are parked along the road, there is usually only access for 1 vehicle to pass in either direction. I live opposite the entrance of Ffordd Triban and have witnessed wagons having difficulty maneuvering into the cul-de-sac.
Living on the heights, access to work, supermarkets etc is not easy, the majority of households have at least 1 car. If over 100 additional cars use Ffordd Triban, this will have an adverse effect on the residents, i.e. safety and noise.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Roger Owen
Site previously rejected due to access issues, vehicle ownership is increasing yearly making vehicle access even worse, not just in the immediate cul de sac but surrounding roads which are all narrow. As we are constantly being made aware of conservation and environment issues development should not take place on green land but more suitable brownfield sites. The number of houses proposed would put a huge strain on local infrastructure which would impact on all local residents.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr John Stewart
Until proper roads and access are established what a waste of time this would be, Ffordd Triban is too narrow and too residential as is Cherrytree K
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Keith Toy
Land at Pen Y Waen Farm, Old Highway, Colwyn Bay
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr David Roe
This site has previously been considered and rejected on the basis of inappropriate access. I cannot see how it can be demonstrated that a proposal for safe vehicle movement has been improved since this last application. There are 2 right angle bends in the cul-de-sac with limited visibility, especially due to the fact that there are now more cars parked on Ffordd Triban than previously and the UK Governments proposal that pavement parking should be discouraged. A substantial increase in traffic on this road will naturally make it intolerably dangerous in my opinion.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Thomas Pye
We strongly object to the proposed development. Ffordd Triban is a very narrow cul-de-sac and very often have restricted access due to vehicles parked on the road. Ffordd Triban can only just cope with the residents traffic. The infrastructure around Colwyn Heights is already at breaking point, Cherry Tree lane, the Old Highway are only just capable of coping with existing traffic. The school and doctors are already at full capacity. If CCBC has previously turned down applications to develop this land on the grounds that Fforrd Triban is too narrow why has it accepted another application for this land?
GWRTHWYNEBU Miss Leanne Kappler
I strongly object to the planning of new homes on this site. Not only because of the access issues and the increased traffic flow it would bring to an already busy area. But mainly as I believe I don't believe the school could handle an influx for that many new homes, with funding as it is I believe ysgol pen y Bryn already struggles to provide for its students.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Joe Smart
This site has previously been rejected due to the access problems and since then the situation has got worse. There are already serious problems in this narrow cul-de-sac with parked cars making difficulties for service vehicles to access properties. We look to preserve the natural beauty of this area and with it's natural habitat such as bird, foxes,badger, bats, frogs and many others. It would be far better selecting a more suitable site that is not spoiling the beauty of this country side area and creating havoc for already existing residents.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Claire Smart
This is a narrow cul-de-sac with two sharp bends. Access is already restricted with many vehicles parked on the road.With an increase in population extra traffic will only make the problem worse. More importantly development of this land will destroy the habitat for alot of wildlife including foxes,badgers,birds,bats,frogs and newts. Development should not take place on green land but on brownfield and infill sites which are more suitable.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Dawne Mckean
Ffordd Triban is a narrow road with a blind corner from Cherry Tree Lane. The building of over 100 new houses would increase the cars by upward of 200 (assuming 2 cars per household) plus any visitors. Sewerage problems are already an issue for some residents. A development of this size will surely have a negative impact on the local school and GP surgeries. Plans have also previously been rejected and nothing has altered since then.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Andrew Mckean
I wish to object to the proposed development due to the following reasons:
A: The sewerage system is inadequate now let alone having to deal with upwards of another 100 houses,
B: It is very obvious that the road in Ffordd Triban is far too narrow to accommodate additional traffic.
C: Inadequate amenities and NO GP SURGERIES in Colwyn Heights. The current surgeries cannot cope with yet more patients.
D. The detrimental affect it will have on the residents already living in the area with additional pollution, lack of playing areas for children etc.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Peter Tolhurst
This site was previously rejected due to access issues and since then vehicle ownership has increased. It's a narrow cul- de- sac with 2 sharp bends. Access is already restricted with parked cars on the road, service vehicles struggle to maneuver, emergency vehicles can be obstructed and this is with the resident population as it currently stands. An increase in traffic will exacerbate the situation. The development of the land will destroy habitat for the existing wild life. Development should not take place on green land but on more suitable brownfield and land fill sites .
GWRTHWYNEBU Ms wendy orsmond
This site was previously rejected due to access issues the access road is a narrow cul-de-sac with 2 sharp bends and has an increased number of parked vehicles.
Due the high volume of traffic this proposed site would only add to the problems of obstruction for emergency vehicles,residents and pollution.
The council need to take into account the schooling of the new residents children as Ysgol Pen y Bryn is already over subscribed .
This site may impact negatively with problems of flooding the drainage during heavy rainfall is inadequate around the old High way hardly cope at the moment.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Ronald Thursfield
Ffordd Triban a narrow road with tight bends, unable to safely give access to plot of land. Vehicles already parked at kerbside makes it difficult for deliveries, recycling vehicles, lorries and ambulance/fire services. Access to Ffordd Triban is difficult as Cherry Tree Lane has nasty blind bend outside Capel Seion, also steep sharp bends at other end. Also zoo traffic. Development will cause destruction of wildlife habitats. Pen y Bryn Primary cannot take any more children. I had to walk my two children to Mochdre as Pen y Bryn Primary School is oversubscribed.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr David Williams
This site was previously rejected. It's a narrow cul de sac with 2 sharp bends. Access is already restricted with parked vechicles on the road. Service vechicles struggle to manoeuvre and emergency vehicles can be obstructed and this is with the resident population as it currently stands. An increase is traffic will exacerbate this issue.
The development of the land will destroy the habitat for bats, foxes, badgers, frogs, newts and girds. Development should not take place on green land but on more suitable brownfield and infill sites
GWRTHWYNEBU mr thomas whiteley
This site had previously been rejected due to access,there are now more families,young and old people,children playing on these roads,we do not want high congestion of traffic,site vehicles for over 2 or 3 yrs or mud on the roads,noise and pollution to the environment,unable to move our vehicles safely on the road with site congestion,being worried if our vehicles are safely parked without any site vehicle causing damage,access for emergency services will be restricted,we have a wonderfull environment with wild animals,beutiful views of the country side,fresh green land that should not be built on.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Vicky Bell
I strongly object to the development of proposed land. Access to the site is very restricted, Ffordd Triban is a narrow cul-de-sac that already has restricted parking, passing, turning space. It simply couldn't cope with increased traffic. The blind junctions at either end of Cherry tree lane are unsuited to more traffic pressure. Concern over further erosion of green field sites. Development would require the removal of well established trees/hedgerows, vital habitat to birds, bats, badgers and other wildlife. Infrastructure like Roads, schools, GP's are already at full capacity in the local area. Loss of peace, privacy and character.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Nathan Bell
I strongly object to the development of proposed land. Access to the site is very restricted, Ffordd Triban is a narrow cul-de-sac that already has restricted parking, passing, turning space. It simply couldn't cope with an increase in traffic. The blind junctions at either end of Cherry tree lane are also unsuited to more traffic pressure. Concern over further erosion of green field sites. Development would require the removal of well established trees and hedgerows, vital habitat to birds, bats, badgers and other wildlife. Infrastructure like Roads, schools, GP's are already at full capacity in the local area.
GWRTHWYNEBU Matthew Jones
The sewerage system serving Ffordd Triban has historical problems. Any development would surely require additional sewerage infrastructure to be installed. The junction from Ffordd Triban onto Cherry Tree Lane is obstructed on each side by the properties occupying the corner plots, Cherry Tree Lane is already a cut-through with heavy traffic flow. The first corner once on Ffordd Triban is blind and dangerous and can only be safely taken at 10mph or less, vans and 4x4's parked-up make this corner an accident risk waiting to happen as it currently stands. Heavy construction vehicles could not use this road safely.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Barbara Whittle
Ffordd Triban would appear to be the proposed access road. The width of the road not only fails to meet the requirements for access road purposes but the visibility splay where the road swings at no.11 obstructs driver vision thus reducing driver reaction time to a hazardous level. This was not an issue when the road and plots were laid out as the now established hedge did not exist. Increase traffic passing through this point will undoubtedly increase the current acceptable hazard level to a dangerous classification.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr John Drew
The road leading to Ffordd Triban is narrow, as is the cul-de-sac. This has already led to access problems for emergency and service vehicles due to increased car ownership in recent years, and roadside parking. Any increase in traffic will exacerbate this issue, which is already a problem. This, with the resident population as it currently stands.
The development of yet more green land will destroy valuable wildlife habitat for newts, bats, badgers etc. Protection of wildlife and green land should be given priority. The surrounding area has become very built up increasingly limiting habitat / range to Pwllycrochan woods.
GWRTHWYNEBU MR Stuart Gregory
The proposal for 117 new houses would increase the traffic flow by an estimated 234 additional cars (two cars per family through the proposed access road of Ffordd Triban. This is an extremely narrow road with already restricted access for home owners when cars are parked on the side of the road. This is totally unsuitable for heavy building traffic and will cause massive inconvenience with a total disregard for residents. The development of this land will destroy a beautiful habitat for wildlife and should take place on the more suitable brown field sites.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Michael Roberts
Ffordd Triban was quite obviously not designed for anything other than to serve the few houses built on it at a time in the early 1980's when car ownership per house hold was not anywhere near as high. The road is unusually narrow, with a less than safe junction onto Cherry Tree Lane. An increase in traffic would cause congestion and accidents. The character of the area which includes the Bryn Seion Chapel would be spoilt. Lastly, Conwy Council must make the process of objecting more user friendly. Finding, registering, navigating and finally placing an objection was quite a mission!
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Christine Ives
Ffordd Triban is a narrow road and can be hard to access as it currently is.
The land at Site 5 (Land at Pen y Waen farm, Old Highway, Colwyn Bay) has been previously put forward as development land and was rejected by the Council because of the road width and access constraints of Ffordd Triban.
The road has not changed since. The situation regarding access has not changed and the site should not be allowed to go forward.
GWRTHWYNEBU Adrian Ives
I believe an application for residential development on this land was previously submitted to Colwyn Borough Council. The access to the development was along Ffordd Triban and the application was refused on the grounds that the carriageway was too narrow to accommodate the resulting increased traffic flow.
The land now earmarked for inclusion on the RLDP makes no provision for alternative access. In view of the refused application to develop, this would result in the land being inaccessible and I am confounded as to why it would even be considered for inclusion unless the previous application had been overlooked.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr John Whittle
It would appear clear that Ffordd Triban would serve as the access road to a new development. Assuming that the number of properties would be in excess of five it is a requirement that the minimum width of the road is 5.5 mts to allow reasonable separation between vehicles travelling in opposite directions. The width of Ffordd Triban is 4.8 mts thus rendering it unsuitable for access purposes. Any development would have an adverse impact on Cherry Tree Lane (feeder road) with potentially well over 100 additional daily vehicle movements negotiating the dangerous Cherry Tree Lane/Old Highway T junction.
GWRTHWYNEBU Ms Kathy Cook
This area off Ffordd Triban, Cherry Tree Lane, Old Highways and Llanwrst Road is already under immense pressure from significant traffic flow along roads that were not designed to take this burden. The proposed area will be even more remote from the limited local bus service and any other service, such as school or medical services, will need to be accessed via personal transport or as a pedestrian along areas with no dedicated footpaths which in turn will increase pressure on narrow roads and runs the risk of increased accidents and potential loss of life.
GWRTHWYNEBU Miss Natalie Pritchard
This site was previously rejected due to access issues and since then vehicle ownership has increased. It's a narrow cul-de-sac with 2 sharp bends. Access is already restricted with parked vehicles on the road, service vehicles struggle to manoeuvre, emergency vehicles can be obstructed and this is with the resident population as it currently stands. An increase in traffic will exacerbate this issue. The development of the land will destroy the habitat for bats, foxes, badgers, frogs, newts and birds. Development should not take place on green land but on more suitable brownfield and infill sites.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs E Williams
*The road is too narrow *to have construction vehicles up and down the road on a daily basis for an uncertain amount of time (years?) would be intolerable for residence along with the noise created with having a building site at the back of our homes/end of our road * concerns over construction dust and its environmental and health consequences *the character of the neighbourhood would be lost by the transition of Ffordd Triban into a main busy road *Local GP services are already at breaking point *strain on the local primary school *significant extra traffic to Kings Road.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mark Williams
Ffordd Triban is a narrow cul-de-sac, negotiating it is already extremely difficult, vehicles parked on the roadside already cause a severe hindrance to existing traffic, let alone emergency service vehicles. 'Riding' the pavement to pass each other is the only option when a single car is parked on the roadside. Waste collection vehicles already cause temporary grid lock each week. An existing blind corner further exasperates issues. Ffordd Triban could simply not cope with any increase in traffic and there would inevitably be accidents as a result. The site should be withdrawn.
GWRTHWYNEBU Miss Bianca Child
The access road, Ffordd Triban, has not been built/designed for further traffic throughput but merely as a cul de sac. It is extremely narrow with minimal passing opportunity for a car nevermind emergency services vehicle. Therefore I would consider it a threat to life and safety for residents.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Anthony Keysell
Site ref 5 Pen y Waen Farm This site was previously rejected due to access problems. Ffordd Triban is a narrow cul-de-sac and vehicles parked on the road often restrict access, causing problems for emergency vehicles and recycling / dustbin vehicles and even, sometimes, for the residents of Ffordd Triban.. The area outlined lies outside the current residential boundary, and is home to a variety of wildlife, including bats, foxes, badgers, frogs , newts and many species of birds.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr David Child
Access very narrow if a car is parked on Ffordd Triban it is extremely difficult to drive another car past it let alone an emergency services vehicle or refuse vehicle. Increase throughput of traffic will increase chance of an accident due to narrow road and 90 degree blind bend. Site is prone to excessively high wind speed due to natural funneling effect and is unsuited to housing.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Tiffany Child
The access road is too narrow to increase traffic and is not able to be expanded. We already have difficulty driving up and down the road. The open space is a haven for wildlife. Weather conditions I.e. wind strength does not make it a safe environment for building- danger to current residents and wildlife. Unsuitable access for further development