This consultation has ended. The consultation ran from 5 September 2017 - 3 October 2017

GVA, acting on behalf of Linc Cymru, hereby give notice of the intention to apply for planning permission to develop 40 no. one and two bed extra care apartments at the site of the former Maesyffynnon Care Home.

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

Please double click on each attachment icon to initiate download.

  1. Former Maesyffynnon Care Home
    1. Proposed Site Layout Plan
    2. Proposed Turning Manoeuvres
    3. Ecology Survey
    4. Topographical Survey (1 of 2)
    5. Site Notice
    6. Proposed Second Floor Plan
    7. Tree Survey & Report
    8. Proposed Ground Floor Plan
    9. Design & Access Statement
    10. Site Location Plan
    11. Proposed First Floor Plan
    12. Topographical Survey (2 of 2)
    13. Planning Application Form
    14. Ground Investigation Desk Study
    15. Proposed Drainage Strategy
    16. Proposed Site Section and Massing Plan
    17. Proposed Roof Plan
    18. Proposed Elevations (Sheet 2)
    19. Proposed Elevations (Sheet 1)
    20. Existing Site Plan
    21. Site Section and Street Elevation
    22. Solar Analysis


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 GVA, One Kingsway, Cardiff, CF10 3AN.

Please note the deadline for consultation responses has now lapsed.

Following the deposit period, any subsequent planning application will be publicised by the Local Planning Authority (LPA); any comments provided in response to this consultation exercise will not prejudice your ability to make representations to the LPA on any related planning application. Please note that any comments submitted may be placed on the public file.