ANOTHER meeting to discuss the proposed Llanrhos housing plan is taking place.

In August, the Pioneer reported that residents had received letters in connection with Conwy Replacement Local Development Plan 2018-2033 preferred strategy consultation. The site will be phased in from 2024 - 2031.

As well as about 250 homes, the growth plan for Llanrhos includes 1 hectare of B1 (land for offices) to promote employment clusters, a new primary school, allotments, recreation spaces and improved public transport.

Drop in sessions across the county have been held.

Another drop in sessions - for the public to voice their views - has now been organised for Tuesday, September 10 between 5pm and 8pm at Llanrhos Old School.

Cllr Mike Priestly, who looks after Marl ward, said: "It is not my ward but some residents in the Marl ward had voice their concerns and this is an opportunity for residents in Deganwy/in Marl Ward to get involved.

"The site is a green wedge. I think what we will end up seeing is having housing all the way Llandudno."

A summary of the preferred strategy also shows growth proposals for Llanfairfechan involving about 400 new homes, and a new primary school; Old Colwyn will see 450 new homes under the growth plan, as well as new recreational spaces and proposals for Llanrwst will involve 200 new homes.

Llandudno Town Centre will be protected and improved. Due to changes in the way people shop, there won’t be any more growth of retail areas.

Conwy will have limited housing and employment growth due to its environmental and historic status.