Welsh language concerns raised to protect village life

A scheme involving the erection of 78 dwellings in west Wales was dismissed on the basis that inadequate provision had been made for affordable housing, an inspector rejecting claims that it would swamp the village and undermine Welsh language and culture.

200-001-217 (Image Credit: Carmarthenshire Council)
200-001-217 (Image Credit: Carmarthenshire Council)

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