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Wales round-up: Major funding boost for Cardiff Central Station; Porthmadog holiday park development set out

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Wales: 20 July-26 July, 2019

Major funding boost for Cardiff Central Station

The UK Government has announced it will fund a revamp of Cardiff Central Station to the tune of £58 million.

The Planner

Porthmadog holiday park development set out

Holiday firm Haven has announced a revamp and extension of its Greenacres Holiday Park at Morfa Bychan near Porthmadog.

Wales Online

Llanelli school on hold

Contentious plans for a new primary school on playing fields in Llanelli are on hold while ministers consider a call-in request over the proposals from Carmarthenshire Council.

Wales Online

Swansea riverside flats project

A developer wants to build a high-quality block of flats on land at SA1 by Swansea's River Tawe, which could provide around 100 new homes.

Wales Online

East Rhyl flood prevention project

A £27.5 million flood defence project for East Rhyl, designed to protect up to 1,650 homes, has been recommended for approval by Denbighshire County Council officials.

Insider Media

Electric rickshaw service for capital

A tuk-tuk private hire firm has been given the go ahead to operate an electric rickshaw service in Cardiff.

BBC News

Vale of Glamorgan co-working proposal

A poultry shed in the Vale of Glamorgan could be converted into a co-working space under proposals outlined for a property in Pendoylan.

Insider Media

Flats scheme for former Mold hotel site

A former hotel which shut after 50 years in business in 2011 is poised for demolition after Flintshire County Council planning officers recommended that proposals for two blocks of flats providing 23 new homes should be built on the site at Mold.

Insider Media