Plans for Wales’s biggest solar park are heading to the Welsh Government after the developer has been left fuming at a 16 month wait for Anglesey council to make a decision. The proposals for the 220 acre solar farm near Cemaes were first submitted by Countryside Renewables in February 2016. It has the support of planning officers but has been deferred by the planning committee a staggering nine times, with three separate site visits. Now the application – which has attracted some local opposition – has been sent by the developer to the planning Inspectorate of Wales due to non-determination by the local authority.
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