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View more details for consultation Application to become a licensed wedding venue - Lleweni Parc, Denbigh Application to become a licensed wedding venue - Lleweni Parc, Denbigh Denbighshire County Council 01 Nov 2021 21 Nov 2021
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Denbighshire County Council

Marriage Act 1949

Civil Partnership Act 2004

Notice is hereby given pursuant to the above that an application has been made by Rodney Witter for the premises known as  LLEWENI PARC LTD., DENBIGH for a grant of approval to enable Civil Marriages to be Solemnised/Civil Partnerships to be Registered at these premises.

The application and accompanying plan will be available for inspection for 21 days from the date of this Notice at the office of the

Head of Legal, HR and Democratic Services

County Hall, Wynnstay Road, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1YN

Within that time, any person may give notice in writing by completing the survey linked below, or to the address above, of an objection to the grant of approval, with reasons for the objection.

 

G. Williams

Proper Officer.

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View more details for consultation Cae Ddol Woodland Creation - have your say Cae Ddol Woodland Creation - have your say Business Improvement and Modernisation 01 Nov 2021 14 Nov 2021
Why are we doing this?

Cae DdolIn July 2019, the Council passed a motion to declare a Climate Change and Ecological Emergency.  A cross party-political working group was established to oversee the development of a Climate and Ecological Change Strategy. This strategy can be viewed here, and was approved by Council in February 2021, committing the Council to become Net Carbon Zero and more Ecologically Positive Council by 2030. This includes reducing the Council’s carbon emissions from several sources. However, reduction of our emissions alone will not enable us to reach net zero, we must also increase the amount of carbon sequestered (or absorbed) by 2030 in order to achieve this.


This woodland creation project will help the council achieve that carbon zero goal by contributing to the amount of carbon sequestered (or absorbed).


Additionally, to achieve the Ecologically Positive target, and help nature’s recovery, the Council must increase the species richness of its land. Mixed Broadleaf and Yew Woodland is in the top 3 species richness habitats so any work to increase woodland in Council ownership will support this target.


This woodland creation project will help the council achieve that increased biodiversity target by 2030 and positively contribute towards helping nature’s recovery in Denbighshire. 
 

Where is the proposed woodland location?
These plans are in relation to woodland creation at Cae Ddol in Ruthin. Please find a location plan included below.
 

What we’re intending to do at Cae Ddol includes to:
•    Increase the current tree canopy cover to at least 20%
•    Increase biodiversity through this woodland creation
•    Include ‘celebration’ trees which will be given the space they need to thrive
•    Improve nature connectivity by planting hedgerows
•    Manage the existing wildflower meadow area differently to allow woodland species to thrive

 

Please find illustrated site designs below. These outline the proposed plans and locations of the specified enhancements. 

 

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View more details for consultation Llanrhydd Street Woodland Creation – have your say Llanrhydd Street Woodland Creation – have your say Business Improvement and Modernisation 01 Nov 2021 14 Nov 2021
Why are we doing this?

Llanrhydd StreetIn July 2019, the Council passed a motion to declare a Climate Change and Ecological Emergency.  A cross party-political working group was established to oversee the development of a Climate and Ecological Change Strategy. This strategy can be viewed here, and was approved by Council in February 2021, committing the Council to become Net Carbon Zero and more Ecologically Positive Council by 2030. This includes reducing the Council’s carbon emissions from several sources. However, reduction of our emissions alone will not enable us to reach net zero, we must also increase the amount of carbon sequestered (or absorbed) by 2030 in order to achieve this.


This woodland creation project will help the council achieve that carbon zero goal by contributing to the amount of carbon sequestered (or absorbed).


Additionally, to achieve the Ecologically Positive target, and help nature’s recovery, the Council must increase the species richness of its land. Mixed Broadleaf and Yew Woodland is in the top 3 species richness habitats so any work to increase woodland in Council ownership will support this target.


This woodland creation project will help the council achieve that increased biodiversity target by 2030 and positively contribute towards helping nature’s recovery in Denbighshire. 

 

Where is the proposed woodland location?
These plans are in relation to woodland creation at Llanrhydd Street in Ruthin. Please find a location plan included below.

 

What we’re intending to do at Llanrhydd Street includes to:
•    Increase the current tree canopy cover to at least 20%
•    Create a small community orchard
•    Create an area for community food growing in the future
•    Improve nature connectivity by planting hedgerows
•    Manage grassland to encourage wildflower meadow areas
•    Construct an outdoor classroom– for educational and training purposes
•    Enhance the site for biodiversity by creating a small pond and installing other ecological enhancements following the results of the required surveys
•    Create footpath access 
•    Introduce seating areas with benches and picnic area
•    Replace damage fencing and gates
•    Install information signage about the site

 

Please find illustrated site designs below. These outline the proposed plans and locations of the specified enhancements. 

 

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View more details for consultation Maes Gwilym Woodland Creation – have your say Maes Gwilym Woodland Creation – have your say Business Improvement and Modernisation 01 Nov 2021 14 Nov 2021
Why are we doing this?

Maes GwilymIn July 2019, the Council passed a motion to declare a Climate Change and Ecological Emergency.  A cross party-political working group was established to oversee the development of a Climate and Ecological Change Strategy. This strategy can be viewed here, and was approved by Council in February 2021, committing the Council to become Net Carbon Zero and more Ecologically Positive Council by 2030. This includes reducing the Council’s carbon emissions from several sources. However, reduction of our emissions alone will not enable us to reach net zero, we must also increase the amount of carbon sequestered (or absorbed) by 2030 in order to achieve this.


This woodland creation project will help the council achieve that carbon zero goal by contributing to the amount of carbon sequestered (or absorbed).


Additionally, to achieve the Ecologically Positive target, and help nature’s recovery, the Council must increase the species richness of its land. Mixed Broadleaf and Yew Woodland is in the top 3 species richness habitats so any work to increase woodland in Council ownership will support this target.


This woodland creation project will help the council achieve that increased biodiversity target by 2030 and positively contribute towards helping nature’s recovery in Denbighshire. 
 

Where is the proposed woodland location?
These plans are in relation to woodland creation at Maes Gwilym in Rhyl. Please find a location plan included below.
 

What we’re intending to do at Maes Gwilym includes to:

  • Increase the current tree canopy cover to at least 20%
  • Improve nature connectivity by planting hedgerows, to include a ‘shelterbelt’ in front of the railway line
  • Manage grassland to encourage existing and new areas for wildflower meadow
  • Restore the wetland area to create a nature reserve with bird hide – access to this nature reserve will be by request only for educational and training purposes
  • Enhance the site for biodiversity by constructing owl/raptor posts, a wildlife tower and other ecological enhancements following the results of the required surveys
  • Improve footpath access
  • Introduce seating areas with benches and picnic area
  • Replace damage fencing and gates
  • Install information signage about the site

 

Please find illustrated site designs below. These outline the proposed plans and locations of the specified enhancements. 

 

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View more details for consultation Proposed Prohibition of Waiting Various Roads, Moel Famau Country Park Proposed Prohibition of Waiting Various Roads, Moel Famau Country Park Planning and Public Protection 13 Oct 2021 05 Nov 2021
Why are we doing this?

Denbighshire County Council is proposing to introduce a Traffic Regulation Order, the effect of which will be a Prohibition of Waiting along a 3.1km stretch of both sides of Bwlch Pen Barras, and one adjacent side road.

A map of the full scheme extent can be downloaded here:



Proposed Prohibition of Waiting – Full Map

 

Detailed section maps are also available to download below.

 

Why are we doing this?

 

Moel Famau Country Park is an important destination within Denbighshire. The peak of Moel Famau is one of Denbighshire’s best-known hills and attracts thousands of visitors every year.

Over recent years, inconsiderate and dangerous parking along Bwlch Pen Barras has caused problems for local residents and businesses, as well as required extensive use of Council and Police resources to manage. Erosion caused by problem parking is also causing environmental damage in this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. These problems have been exacerbated at peak times including on bank holidays, in favourable weather and more recently as a result of changed travelling/holidaying habits due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Along with problem parking in Eryri (Snowdonia), problem parking at Moel Famau has made national headlines. The Council is keen to ensure the issues are addressed and that local residents and businesses feel safe and that visitors can safely enjoy the Country Park.

 

 

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