NODWCH: Dim ond os ydych yn dymuno gwneud sylwadau mae’n rhaid i chi gofrestru/ logio i mewn..
Drwy glicio ar rif y sylw i'r chwith o'r rhestr, byddwch yn mynd i dudalen arall gyda manylion union gynnwys y sylw hwnnw.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Patrick Hamilton-Hunter
These comments apply equally to Nos 77 and 110. The B5113 (Llanrwst Road) is particularly narrow with several "pinch points" between Nos 196 to 230 and involves 2 blind bends where vehicles regularly have to squeeze by or reverse.
I feel that the additional traffic generated by these possible developments would lead to many more such incidents. Additionally, access to Llanrwst Road from any of these sites would be far from ideal.
GWRTHWYNEBU Bridget Osborne
The road here is very narrow and traffic comes down into the built up area very fast. Cars tend to travel slowly here, especially when people are looking at the stunning view of the Conwy estuary from the corner (which tourists often stop to do). I have personally had a number of near misses with traffic travelling too fast (despite the recent speed limit). Building here will also encroach on the area of separation of the town from the village of Bryn y Maen, which remains a rural hamlet.
GWRTHWYNEBU Simon Glanville
Site sits within Green Wedge designed to stop coalescence and urban encroachment