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Objection to planning application no:
Select One living in visiting
the area of the proposed development for the past
and believe one of the area's most important assets to be its
Select One unspoilt landscape appeal and potential for tourism peace, tranquility and quality of life
Select One remote and extremely attractive one of outstanding natural beauty an ancient and bucolic landscape
and is heavily reliant on revenue from the tourism industry
Select One to support the local economy for its survival
I have studied the planning application for the above development and
Select One I wish to object strongly to it for the following reasons: I wish to formally register my objections to it for the following reasons: please accept his letter as formal notification of my strong objections to it, for the following reasons:
Please note, from here on, none of the fields are required by default, so you may use as many or as few of the reasons as you wish. However, if you select any main header (Visual Impact, Culture & Heritage, Damage to Local Economy, Affect on Residents, Environmental Impact) you must check at least one box under that section.
Visual Impact : Select One Damage to landscape character in that: Landscape and Visual Concerns, i.e.
It will have an adverse effect on the Carmarthenshire landscape for at least a generation
The proposed industrial structure is totally out of keeping with the bucolic nature of the countryside
Its scale will have an unacceptable impact on the highly visible skyline.
The development is located on a prominent skyline feature of the surrounding hills which forms a distinctive ridge visible from the wider landscape.
It is at considerable variance with the landform, scale and pattern of the landscape
It is likely to degrade, diminish, or even destroy the integrity of a range of characteristic features and elements and their setting
The proposed development would be seen as a solitary, incongruous and ad hoc structure in the landscape
The proposed scheme is located in a landscape which has a high sensitivity to this type and scale of development
If you have evidence of LANDMAP visual and sensory aspect areas assessed (LVIA) as being subject to impacts from the proposed scheme evaluated as High and / or Outstanding please note this here - otherwise leave blank
Cultural & Heritage : Select One Damage to cultural heritage Undermining our cultural heritage
It will detract from the archaeological and built heritage of the area
It will detract from the sense of timelessness the area currently enjoys
It will represent a modern industrial structure within a landscape of largely traditional buildings, built well below the skyline
It will detract from the mostly agricultural and bucolic nature of the countryside
Damage to Local Economy : Select One Damage to the local economy Adverse impact on local economy
It will have a negative impact on tourism
It may deter new residents and businesses moving to the area, thus undermining jobs and the economy
It may result in abandonment of homes, pending split-market sales, which will in turn impact on the local economy
It almost certainly will not contribute to the local economy with such developments typically being in private ownership, and the machines built, supplied and maintained from abroad
Affect on Residents : Select One Adverse effects on living conditions of those living nearby Impaired quality of life for nearby residents
It will be a source of potential noise nuisance and associated health risks of Audible and Low Frequency Noise
It will be a source of potential shadow flicker, which will undermine people's enjoyment of their homes and may cause adverse health effects
Further noise and disruption will result from construction traffic and the construction process.
Environmental Impact : Select One Impact on environment and nature conservation Threat to environment, wildlife and nature
It will cause environmental damage, including large volumes of concrete that will remain forever, and will threaten birds and other wildlife in the area.
Removal/damage to trees and hedgerows for access would be contrary to p3(e) of the Selection Criteria For Screening Schedule 2 Development, which requires that consideration should be given to the the duration, frequency and reversibility of the impact.
There is a real threat to wild animal and bird habitat through access, construction and operation of any industrial machinery in the countryside
Access requirements may change the character of minor rural roads and damage trees and hedgerows