Major leisure scheme planned for Anglesey

HOW Planning has been appointed by Land & Lakes to manage the planning and environmental inputs for Penrhos Leisure Village, a 370 acre leisure and residential development in Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey.

The site will be split into three areas to be known as Kingsland, Penrhos and Cae Glas under the development proposals which will come forward in two planning applications. One application will ask for consent to build a 62 acre residential development at Kingsland and the other will be for a 308 acre leisure village at Penrhos and Cae Glas to include lodges, apartments, restaurants, small retail units, bars, cafes and various sports and leisure facilities.

HOW will be lead consultants on the project, managing an extensive professional team and will be co-ordinating a major environmental impact assessment. The design team will be led by Altrincham's Planit-IE.

Gary Halman, partner at HOW Planning, said: "This is a fantastic development to be working on for both our planning and environmental experts. The main focus of the Leisure Village will be the enjoyment of the natural and historic environment and it is Land & Lakes vision to create a development becomes integrated into the existing woodland and natural areas."

Land & Lakes is controlled by Richard Sidi and Brian Scowcroft, developers of Kingmoor Business Park in Carlisle.

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This development is a disgrace it is just property development on a beautiful open woodland. This area has been used by the community for decades. It will be ruined by this company they are just in for the money and they have contempt for the local community.

By Ann HysbysWhy