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Biomass plans still alive and well claims Anglesey County Council


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Plans to construct a £100 million biomass plant in Llangefni are still alive and well according to bosses, despite concerns from planning officers.

The plant, which has been earmarked to be built on Bryn Cefni Industrial Estate, has faced strong criticism from planning officers because of perceived inconsistencies between details in applications and details put forward in discussion.

According to the Bangor and Anglesey Mail, one senior planning officer for North Wales Minerals and Waste Planning Service had called for the application to be removed and then resubmitted.

However, an Isle of Anglesey County Council spokesman told the newspaper: "As the application currently stands, there are a number of issues which give our planning officers cause for concern. However, the application remains live at present."

According to the newspaper, the plant application represents a £100 million infrastructure investment which could sustain over 250 jobs.

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