Why bakery site homes have caused rift between council chiefs



Plans to build 70 houses on the site of an old bakery in Flintshire have pitted council departments against each other.
The row broke out over the Allied Bakeries site, in Saltney, which closed in November with the loss of 53 jobs.
A scheme for houses to be built there was opposed by Flintshire council’s economic development team, and the move drew criticism from one of the authority’s planning chiefs.
The development team said the site should remain zoned for employment use.
But senior planning officer Andy Roberts said he had been “surprised by their stance”.
His comments came after Cllr... read more

 
27 July 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 36
Source: Daily Post
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