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The following planning application(s) have been received

Notice ID: NP4384699

Notice effective from
15th January 2020 to 14th February 2020

Richard Lewis PENNAETH CYNLLUNIO A DATBLYGU / HEAD OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT The following planning application(s) have been received by Torfaen County Borough Council: Town and Country Planning (General Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2012 Application No. 19/P/0758/FUL Construction of a car park, access roads from the A4042 and a new passenger footbridge (including an accessible lift) at: Pontypool Railway Station Pontypool Road New Inn Pontypool Torfaen Reason/s for Advertising: Mae hwn yn ddatblygiad mawr/This is major development.

Gall aelodau o'r cyhoedd archwilio manylion y cais ar-lein trwy gyfrwng y system Mynediad Cyhoeddus ar wefan y Cyngor: (https:\\planningonline.torfaen. gov.uk) neu yn Nhy Blaen, Ffordd Panteg, New Inn, Pontyp l, NP4 0LS rhwng 8:30-1:00 o ddydd Llun i Gwener. Dylai unrhyw un sy'n dymuno cyflwyno sylwadau gyflwyno sylwadau ar-lein drwy gyfrwng y System Mynediad cyhoeddus, ysgrifennu atom at y cyfeiriad uchod neu anfon e-bost i: planning® torfaen.gov.uk gan o fewn 21 diwrnod o ddyddiad yr hysbysiad hwn gan ddyfynnu'r cyfeirnod cais. Members of the public may inspect the application details online via the Public Access system on the Council's website: (https:\\planningonline.torfaen.

gov.uk

) or at Ty Blaen, Panteg Way, New Inn, Pontypool, NP4 0LS between 8.30am and 1.00pm Mondays to Fridays. Anyone who wishes to make representations must either submit comments online via the public access system, write to us at the above address or email:

planning@torfaen.gov.uk

within 21 days of the date of this notice quoting the application reference.

Attachments

NP4384699.pdf Download

Torfaen County Borough Council

Civic Centre , Pontypool , Torfaen , NP4 6YB

http://www.torfaen.gov.uk 01495 762 200

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