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 Frances Hill
There are ancient trees and hedgerows which will be destroyed. Rare flora and fauna, home to buzzards, badgers, bats, woodpeckers, hedgehogs, sparrows, thrushes, all these species are in decline.
Poor access, narrow lanes and roads. No spaces in schools. The resident value the rural area and have chosen to live in a village for a reason. The fields, trees and wildlife which will be destroyed if building is approved.
GWRTHWYNEBU B Burns
There is no access, the only access is a privately owned farm track where access would be denied.
There are ancient stone walling, trees and hedgerows.
There are rare species of bats and owls.
Is a wildlife habitat with lots of different species of fauna and flora.
The roads are not suitable for heavier use of traffic.
The schools are full to capacity.
There are limited resources and employment in Llysfaen.
The doctor's surgeries are also full to capacity.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Jaqueline Bentouri
We do not wish for houses to be built on the green land of especially plots 116 and 117. There are rare and endangered species of bats, owls and fauna living in that particular area. I have personally rented those two areas of land for the last twenty eight years keeping sheep. I have kept my numbers to a minimum as I am passionate about wildlife and the ecosystem. I believe there are rare species of flora also in the area.
The biota must be preserved.
GWRTHWYNEBU Mrs Daphne Morris
116 and 117 are country areas with many fine mature trees.