Land to the North & East of Cypress Gardens, Newton, Porthcawl, Bridgend, CF36 5BZ

Proposed Residential Development

This consultation has ended. The consultation ran from 4 August 2020 - 1 September 2020

Cypress GardensAvison Young, acting on behalf of C.H Knight & Partners, hereby give notice of the intention to apply for outline planning permission to Bridgend County Borough Council to develop the land to the north and east of Cypress Gardens in Newton for residential purposes.

The site extends to approximately 0.68 hectares and comprises unused land that is well suited for residential development, immediately bounding Cypress Gardens to the south and a public right of way to the north, beyond which is a belt of vegetation and tree cover that screens the properties fronting Lime Tree Way.

It is proposed is to develop the site for residential purposes. An indicative site layout plan has been prepared by Powell Dobson Architects which demonstrates that 20 no. dwellings can be suitably accommodated on the site, comprising a mixture of detached and terraced units.

All of the draft documents and drawings prepared in connection with the proposals can be viewed using the hyperlinks included below.


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We would be grateful to receive any comments you may wish to make on the draft proposal, which has been placed on deposit for a period of 28 days. Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposed development is encouraged to either:

(a) Email us your comments at; or

(b) Download and complete our Consultation Response Form, which can be sent to us by post at Avison Young, One Kingsway, Cardiff, CF10 3AN.

Please note the deadline for consultation responses has now lapsed.

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