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Plans for home for vulnerable people in Llanrhos submitted

Mr K. Rothwell of Inspired Homes Network has applied to Conwy County Council, seeking permission to convert 17 Cefn y Bryn into a home for vulnerable children and adults.

PLANS for a home for vulnerable people in Llanrhos have been submitted to Conwy’s planning department.

Mr K Rothwell of Inspired Homes Network has applied to Conwy County Council, seeking permission to convert 17 Cefn y Bryn into a home for vulnerable children and adults.

The house is currently used as a regular home.

If granted, the proposal would generate nine full-time jobs.

According to the application, neighbours have not been consulted.

A planning statement reads, “In terms of the operation of the proposed care home, the property would be used to accommodate a maximum of three children who would live at the property on a long-term basis.

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“It is expected that they will be in need of care due to their social or educational needs or to be provided with support for their behaviour.

“The proposed accommodation will be provided on an assisted care basis with space provided within the property for staff with a maximum of three staff members present/on duty at any time – and with staff present on site overnight.

“Whilst permission is mainly sought for use as a children’s care home, the applicant also wishes to have the ability to utilise the building to accommodate vulnerable adults, either to accommodate the changing needs of an occupier as they age or to move to this type of user should the authority’s needs change.”

The planning application will likely be discussed as a future planning committee meeting at Conwy’s Bodlondeb HQ.

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