Merthyr Rd Medical Centre – A Merthyr Tydfil councilor has called for dismay at the planning decision being considered by the scrutiny committee and a councilor planning workshop is underway.
Councilor Declan Sammon made the call to end the last planning, regulation and licensing committee meeting on Wednesday, May 12.
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He said that he wants to call the planning department of the environmental services, planning and village scrutiny committee that he leads.
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He said it was “because there was a lot of frustration from the council about some of the decisions that were made.
“There is also a lot of frustration from citizens when decisions are made when we all know that when decisions are made there are problems afterwards.”
He said that he wants to request a report before the committee of inquiry to be followed by a workshop for the members of the council and other reports.
He also said that he will email all the members of the environmental services committee and planning committee to see what issues have been raised in the planning process and then they will see if they want to change things and how they can do it. .
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Councilor Clive Tovey, chairman of the planning committee, asked the officer if the council was currently the best planning authority in Wales and chief planning officer Judith Jones confirmed it had been for many years.
Ms Jones also said they were planning an HMO session for the council and she suggested they might also have a workshop on affordable housing.
This followed an issue raised by committee members earlier in the meeting about the lack of affordable housing in the approved development for 45 homes in Trefechan north of Crabtree Walk and west of Sweetwater Park.
Councilor Kevin Gibbs said of the application: “Time and time again this authority has been lost because we have said development is unaffordable.
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“Well, if the development cannot be reached and they cannot put up affordable housing, why should we do it first?
“We’re going through a rough housing for the homeless right now and these developers are getting away with not providing anything, charging a lot of money to buy these homes.”
He also emphasized that one of the other reasons given for the lack of value is sustainable drainage and said that these properties must have sustainable drainage so developers must change their working practices to the policy will be fulfilled.
Members also raised their concerns about HMOs in Merthyr Tydfil as a plan to turn a three-bedroom house into a three-bedroom house in a lot of work on Lavender Road in Gurnos was approved.
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Councilor Clive Jones was concerned whether landlords would change their minds about nursing properties and Councilor Declan Sammon asked if a recommendation could be made to ensure they comply with this and instead rent instead. of nurses working in the area. But a planning official said that planning has no control over the tenants of the property and they cannot choose one group over another.
Cllr Sammon said he was concerned about this and said there needed to be a better way of consulting residents.
Councilor Clive Jones agreed with Cllr Sammon and said he was surprised by the attention the area had received.
He said there is a “high turnover” of residents which disturbs the neighbors.
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He also said the council had a “big problem” because at the end of March they had to house 1,048 homeless people.
With the Welsh Government’s legislative changes, he said he had no doubt there would be county council landlords considering changing their property policies.
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