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 Gordon Nugent
Honeysuckle Lane is an adopted bridleway and is totally unsuitable for the weight of traffic it experiences today after multiple infill planning applications have been granted over the years.
It is also heavily used by Welsh Water, who tarmacced the lane in the first place, and whose activity is obviously increasing year on year in my 15 years of observation as a resident.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Susan Jones
Honeysuckle Lane is a busy adopted bridleway. Any more development would be highly dangerous to horses, children, hikers and dog walkers who use the bridleway regularly. It is far too narrow to accommodate any more traffic upon it.
GWRTHWYNEBU Ms Susan Evans
Honeysuckle Lane is a single track lane, bridleway with a blind bend at the start. Additional traffic would be unacceptable/unsafe.
GWRTHWYNEBU MR ROY WHITE
Honeysuckle Lane is a very narrow bridle path used extensively by horse riders and walkers, there are no passing places, no pavements and no street lighting.
To develop any site listed would be detrimental to the safety of both residents and pedestrians. Previous applications for development have been refused by the local Council, planning policy Wales 5th edition 2012 and the Welsh Office inspectorate on appeal. The sites lie within a green barrier and special landscape area. No evidence has been submitted to demonstrate an exceptional need to override Development plan and National policy therefore should not be considered.
GWRTHWYNEBU Koldo Azurza
It is an expensive residential development due to its steep orography and is not focussed on the strategic growth areas identified. As an area of outstanding beauty, should become a publicly owned land for all to enjoy and remain rural without planning permission. Do not assume that this land had been purchased at the right price at any stage since sold by Welsh Water. Lastly, the lane serving this site is a "non-adopted" one. The Council should adopt the lane and provide the mandatory sustainable drainage systems for surface water disposal if pushes ahead with this development.
GWRTHWYNEBU mrs clare azurza
~ safety and access especially for my disabled son due to generation of more traffic
~loss of natural habitat esp for grey crested newts seen to have habitat there ~trees for sustainability
~history of rejection
~approval sets a precedent
~proposal is inappropriate development within a green belt and does not contribute to needs of affordable housing?aging population housing due to its location with no transport links
~negative impact on my property through loss of privacy and safety of my disabled son who uses the lane with a wheelchair and is registered severely sight impaired
~ neg impact
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Julie Davies
Honeysuckle Lane is a single track unscripted lane. There are no areas for two cars to safely pass. There are no pavements and only narrow or steep embankment for pedestrians to access to avoid traffic. The lane leads to a nature reserve and bridlepath both of which are popular with dog walkers and families seeking to enjoy nature. The area is abundant with wildlife which would be compromised. There is no mains gas. Development on this plot would forever change the character of the lane.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mr Edward Adams
This should be considered along with 110 & 101. If either of those were to be accepted this one would also have to be accepted. Site access is only from the Bridleway of Honeysuckle Lane. Site would enable many new dwellings to be built. Bridleway has eroded with existing use. The narrowness and its use as bridleway and walkway is unsuitable for extra traffic. The character of the lane would be spoilt and there are no sewage facilities. There are no passing places for pedestrians or vehicles in the vicinity.