Posted: Tue 28th Jun 2022

Motorhome plans for glamping site near Llandudno

North Wales news and information

A developer has requested permission to allow motorhomes at a glamping site near Llandudno.

Mrs Jennifer Jarvis has applied to Conwy County Council’s planning department to alter conditions as part of a planning application already agreed for glamping pods at Bryn Pydew.

The site, at Tan y Bryn Farm, already has permission for eight glamping pods, the realignment of five existing touring park pitches, and the erection of a new recreation area, as well as a laundry area and shower block.

There are also plans for a treatment plant with ‘landscaping enhancements’ within the established caravan park.

But Mrs Jarvis has now applied for changes to allow three pod spaces to be used for motorhomes while the business grows its glamping business.

The applicant also seeks permission for an additional wc in a washroom area.

Llandudno Town Council, Conwy’s environment, roads, and facilities department, Welsh Water and Natural Resources Wales have all been consulted.

Mr Derek Williams has also applied for permission for three glamping pods and ancillary facilities at Tyddyn Y Graig Farm in Llanelian, Conwy.
According to the application form, the application is a resubmission following an earlier refusal.

Solar-powered, low-wattage lighting bollards are included as part of the plans with ‘capped tops’ to prevent diffuse light.

The current use of the land is listed as agriculture.

Both applications will be debated by Conwy’s planning committee, or decisions will be delegated to officers.



By Richard Evans – Local Democracy Reporter

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