Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2020

New staff car park could be built to serve Ysbyty Glan Clwyd with 184 spaces

North Wales news and information

Plans have been submitted for a new staff car park serving one of the region’s major hospitals.

Plans were registered with Denbighshire council on July 13 for 184 “long term” parking spaces for Ysbyty Glan Clwyd staff.

It will be situated on land near the Costa Coffee drive-thru and SPAR convenience store off Rhuddlan Road, Bodelwyddan – although the agent has labelled it as land off Abergele Road in its supporting letter to planners.

Parking on the main hospital site is notoriously tight and the move should guarantee those staff with parking permits a space.

Car park lighting will be installed and trees planted within the end bays of the facility.

JMS Planning and Developments Ltd, which is acting as agent for applicant Tickety Boo Developments Ltd, said a new vehicle access to the car park is proposed from Rhuddlan Road.

A separate pedestrian access is also proposed from Rhuddlan Road to enable hospital staff and visitors to safely access and leave the site.

The works will require a gas governor, which regulates flows of gas, to be moved and re-sited.

According to the application form the land is owned by Wales and West Utilities Ltd.

The Local Democracy Reporting Service has asked Betsi Cadwaladr UHB what type of agreement it has entered into use it as a staff car park – and whether it was with Tickety Boo Developments Ltd or landowners Wales and West Utilities Ltd.

A decision on the scheme will be taken at a future Denbighshire council planning committee.

By Jez Hemming – Local Democracy Reporter

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