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Hugo

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Re: Everything to do with Colwyn Bay
« Reply #1470 on: February 26, 2020, 01:12:01 PM »
That's good news for Colwyn Bay but what about the Penmorfa Site in Llandudno that Anwyl wanted to develop 16 years ago?

How could they forget something that they paid £2.4 million for all those years ago?

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Re: Everything to do with Colwyn Bay
« Reply #1471 on: February 26, 2020, 03:46:29 PM »
Hugo just a suggestion, but why don't you fire off an e-mail to Cllr Charlie MacCoubrey Cabinet member for Housing & Regulatory at CCBC & ask him what is CCBC's policy on land banking? Especially the Penmorfa site which as you say has laid dormant for many years, in the light of a shortfall of land to build on in the area? I'm sure we would all be interested on what comes back.

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Re: Everything to do with Colwyn Bay
« Reply #1472 on: March 09, 2020, 10:48:38 AM »
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WORK on a £3.5m affordable housing development on the site of a former hotel has started.
Anwyl Partnerships has started construction on the site of the former Edelweiss Hotel. A total of 31 apartments will be created. This includes 14 one-bedroom and 17 two-bedroom homes in Colwyn Bay.

The former hotel, once known as one of the jewels in Colwyn Bay’s crown, was demolished, making way for re-development.
ClwydAlyn acquired the site several years prior and appointed Anwyl Partnerships as its preferred construction partner, marking the third project Anwyl is currently on site with for the social housing provider.   cont  You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Hugo, someone else not enamored with Anwyl, any of it sound familiar .........  This and other articles from You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Mrs, Colwyn Bay Says...Clwyd Alyn who has now teamed up with Anwyl to build these OAP flats claim in the new article that the building "which has been subject to vandalism and anti-social behavior for many years since closure in 2009." This is incorrect, the campaign group fought to save it when it had just gone empty and demolition was originally held off, It was demolished shortly after the occupants of the hotel left. Apparently, Clwyd Alyn promised the campaign group that they would leave the tower but flattened it anyway. Mark Baker who visited the Hotel believed that the welsh cottage behind the hotel which was also demolished dated back to the early 1700s. And also that there was an Ice House in the grounds. Clwyd Alyn refused to convert the building and destroyed everything around it despite the campaign groups concerns and that of local residents. The building of these ugly flats started last year, so why the advert now!

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