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Protect Ty Hafan Children's Hospice

There has been further developments into the proposed work on the land between Tŷ Hafan and Beechwood College. This is disrupt the essential compassionate services these facilities provide to the whole of Wales, especially as Ty Hafan is the only children’s hospice in South Wales.

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Action is Required to Protect Ty Hafan

Help in the fight to protect Ty Hafan for the generations of families that have to face the heartache of losing children, just like we had to face losing Morgan.

​Another planning application has gone in for the land from the owner, which has separated it into two parts, a 0.98 hectare caravan and motorhome storage (Application 2023/00859/FUL) IN ADDITION TO the existing application for a 0.95 hectare proposed self storage containers and ‘associated works’ (2023/00708/FUL). Unfortunately, despite the appalling state of the poor documentation, these applications have already jumped the first hurdle and got to public consultation.

Please help by sending this email template to any of the councillors at Vale of Glamorgan Council to ask them to have this application ‘called in’ for review by the full planning committee, and not just an individual officer. This needs to be done as a matter of URGENCY to put a halt.

What to do....

Contact Councillors at Vale of Glamorgan Council

Please help by sending this email template to any of the councillors at Vale of Glamorgan Council to ask them to have this application 'called in' for review by the full planning committee, and not just an individual officer. This needs to be done as a matter of URGENCY to put a halt.

Why is this important...

The reason why this has been done is to play the system. Because small areas of planning permission only need approval by a single planning officer and NOT the whole planning committee. This is simply an underhand way of getting their own way by using legal loopholes in our systems. The landowner has been incredibly vocal about his actual intentions to put a holiday park here but has not mentioned these in any planning applications.