A North Wales holiday park has been put on the market for £1.5million – with permission to knock it down and replace it with a housing development.
Nant-y-Glyn Holiday Park in Colwyn Bay was granted planning permission in 2016 to demolish the existing chalets and build a housing development of 33 homes.
Estate agent Jones Peckover told the Daily Post: “The land benefits from outline planning permission and will provide developers with the opportunity to construct a range of detached and semi-detached houses and bungalows together with an element of social housing.
“Planning permission was granted by Conwy County Borough Council on the 7th April 2016 and refers to the demolition of existing chalets and proposed residential development of new dwellings.
“The permission is granted subject to conditions as laid out within the consent documents together with a section 106 notice regarding a minimum of 20% social housing with further monetary payments towards the provision and or maintenance of local amenities.”
A planned new eco development, consisting of 139 holiday lodges, have been submitted for a site new Litchfield.
The development’ near King’s Orchard Marina at Huddlesford would see 139 grass-roofed two, three and four bedroom timber-clad lodges on land north west of Broad Lane, reports the Litchfield Mercury.
The scheme includes new play areas, creating two balancing ponds, a reception building with meeting space, an office, a fitness suite, toilets and bike and electric car hire facilities.
Cher Varya Group Ltd has submitted the plan to Lichfield District Council following a public consultation.
The Cornish company plan says the sustainable development “will be a fantastic boost to tourism and trade in the area”.