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Denbighshire County Council in partnership with Ion Developments are proposing to redevelop the former Queens Market building complex as a catalyst to the wider regeneration of Rhyl and to improve the vitality of the town centre, returning a pivotal town centre destination to a productive use.

As set out within Article 2 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2012, developers proposing projects comprising major development are required to undertake statutory pre-application engagement. This engagement includes making the draft planning application documents available to view for a 28 day consultation period.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic changes to the previously mentioned Order have been made so that application documents are only available to view online at the current time. The draft planning application documents are therefore available to view via this link (inset link to documents).

Should you wish to make representations on the draft planning application you can do so in writing to the following email address planning.consultation@cushwake.com by Thursday 15th October 2020.

 

Queens Market Draft Planning Application Documentation

Please click on the titles below to view the associated documentation.

Air Quality

BREEAM

Community & Linguistic Impact Assessment

Drainage

Drawings Part 1

Drawings Part 2

Drawings Part 3

Design + Access

Ecology

Financial Viability Note

Lighting

MEP Strategy

Noise

Phase 1 PRA

Planning & Heritage Statement & Application Forms

Sustainability & Energy

Thermal Comfort Report

Transport

Ventilation & Extraction