Caravanning Accommodation – Colchester Camping http://colchestercamping.co.uk/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 07:27:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default1.png Caravanning Accommodation – Colchester Camping http://colchestercamping.co.uk/ 32 32 Private equity steps up push into UK holiday parks https://colchestercamping.co.uk/private-equity-steps-up-push-into-uk-holiday-parks/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 05:00:41 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/private-equity-steps-up-push-into-uk-holiday-parks/ Never before has Huw Pendleton experienced such interest in Celtic Holiday Parks. In the two decades since the Welshman launched his business, two or three potential buyers might contact him every year, but in the last six months alone he has been approached by more than double that number. Celtic, whose three Pembrokeshire sites host […]]]>

Never before has Huw Pendleton experienced such interest in Celtic Holiday Parks. In the two decades since the Welshman launched his business, two or three potential buyers might contact him every year, but in the last six months alone he has been approached by more than double that number.

Celtic, whose three Pembrokeshire sites host static caravans and timber lodges, is an attractive investment for international financiers, often managing multi-billion dollar funds, who are increasingly keen to invest in the market British holiday. The company owns the freehold land and has planning permission to add 100 locations to its existing 520.

“The potential adaptability of the parks business means this is a very attractive proposition for finance companies that have recently become familiar with the industry,” Pendleton said.

The UK’s holiday park sector, sometimes seen as the poor cousin of overseas holidays given its lower cost and the country’s fickle weather, had its hottest year yet for deals , according to operators and agents.

Private equity groups are springing up, having spotted an opportunity to merge small sites that are relatively inexpensive to acquire into larger companies, adding debt to their balance sheets and sometimes selling their freeholds in the process.

Blackstone paid around £3bn for Bourne Leisure, which includes Haven Holidays, in January and plans to add smaller operators to the group. In June CVC Capital Partners bought Away Resorts for £250m, then in August Aria Resorts and this month Coppergreen Leisure joined forces.

US real estate investment trust Sun Communities paid $1.3 billion for Park Holidays in November and flagged new deals, highlighting a “significant external growth opportunity” in the “very fragmented UK market”.

Possible targets include Parkdean Resorts and Park Leisure, which are up for sale, the latter of which could fetch more than £175million according to a person involved in the negotiations.

Independent owners are selling at record valuations. Simon Altham, commercial director of holiday rental company Awaze, said every time a park business is sold, owners across the industry make ‘obsessive calculations’ about what they might receive for their business .

Estate agency Savills estimates that since Blackstone’s deal for Bourne Leisure in January 2021, holiday parks are trading 20-30% above what they might have brought in 2019.

“We’re seeing premiums and multiplications made in the last 12 months that we haven’t seen before,” said Chris Sweeney, director of Savills’ leisure team. “It’s a perfect storm. . . You have existing operators looking to expand and new players in the market like private equity who can see good investments and exit.

The UK, where planning laws are favorable, is home to around 6,000 holiday parks, according to Savills, generating around £9.3billion in visitor spending before the pandemic, according to research by UK Caravan and Camping Alliance.

Some are specifically for caravans while others offer accommodation ranging from multi-room lodges to shepherd’s huts. Groups with more than 10 parks make up 7% of the industry, Savills said. Much of the rest are independent owners of one or two sites, making the industry ripe for consolidation.

The pandemic “has shaken a group of homeowners from their slumber,” said a person who has worked on multiple park deals. “They’ve been saying for 30 or 40 years that they don’t want to sell and now they’re thinking, if it wasn’t for that [state-backed loan] I would have gone bankrupt.

Holiday parks offer easy wins. They’re easy to retrofit, allowing operators to raise prices by adding more luxurious accommodations, hot tubs, plasma screens and Wi-Fi.

The UK’s 6,000 holiday parks generated around £9.3billion in visitor spending before the pandemic, according to the UK Caravan and Camping Alliance

In times of uncertainty and rising inflation, the parks are also less shaken by travel restrictions and economic pressure. “If the economy is good, people add holidays to the UK. If the economy is slightly struggling, people take holidays at home rather than abroad,” said Altham of Awaze.

Parks also lend themselves well to financial engineering. Small sites or groups can often be purchased for a lower multiple of their revenue than a large corporation. Buyout groups therefore hope to pocket the difference and achieve economies of scale by consolidating multiple sites. Local businesses such as veterinary practices and dental practices were similarly consolidated.

Park freeholds can also be resold and rented out, increasing landlords’ returns and making money in the short term, while forcing businesses to pay rent for decades. Since 2017, Parkdean, Park Holidays, Park Leisure and Away Resorts have sold freehold properties to outside investors, according to company filings.

Typically, such deals are done either before a buyout group sells a business “as a way to crystallize value” or by a new private equity owner as a way to pay for the acquisition itself. , said Tom King, head of hotel investment properties in the UK. at the real estate consulting firm CBRE.

Buyout groups have had mixed success in the industry. Caledonia Investments said it nearly tripled its money on Park Holidays, which it owned from 2013 to 2016. That equates to a 39% annual return, according to Peter Morris, a research associate at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School. , which analyzes private equity. redemptions.

But those who invested in the run-up to the 2008 crisis fared less well.

San Francisco-based GI Partners bought Park Resorts for £440m in 2007, but ceded control to UK-based Electra Private Equity five years later via a debt restructuring, after Electra spent £70m to buy his debt. GI declined to comment.

CBPE Capital’s return on Away Resorts, which it owned between 2008 and 2015, was around 7% a year, slightly below the FTSE 250 index over the same period, according to Morris’ analysis. CBPE declined to comment.

And while park owners are reporting record bookings for 2022, some worry the boom won’t last.

“Private equity firms and especially their lenders like to say that UK holiday parks are resilient in the recession,” Morris said. “In fact, investing in holiday parks is primarily about the same two things as any other real estate investment – ​​location and timing.”

But in Pembrokeshire, at the south-west tip of Wales, Pendleton feels confident, having spent £2.6million upgrading its venues – more than five times its usual annual development budget – as they were empty during the closings. The “many different revenue streams” available, such as trailer rentals and restaurant sales, can help the parks industry through turbulent times, he said.

Although Covid caused “a real rollercoaster” emotionally, Pendleton said he was still “too young” at 50 to sell out and retire. But he quickly added, “You don’t want to miss the boat.”

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Dorset Tourism Awards finalists announced https://colchestercamping.co.uk/dorset-tourism-awards-finalists-announced/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/dorset-tourism-awards-finalists-announced/ An AWARDS showcase celebrating the best of the best in the local tourism industry announced the finalists. The Dorset Tourism Awards have announced their 54 finalists for this year’s awards, and all are now looking forward to awards day on February 10, when they will find out whether they have won gold, silver, bronze or […]]]>

An AWARDS showcase celebrating the best of the best in the local tourism industry announced the finalists.

The Dorset Tourism Awards have announced their 54 finalists for this year’s awards, and all are now looking forward to awards day on February 10, when they will find out whether they have won gold, silver, bronze or a special prize. Eight others are given Commended status.

Organizers say the competition’s 9th year has seen many tourism businesses “beset by ever-changing challenges”, but insist that “the focus on excellence, innovation and resilience has remained as relevant than ever”.

Local entries include Sculpture by the Lakes based in Pallington near Dorchester, Dorset Museum, Fort Nothe in Weymouth, West Bay Discovery Centre. St John’s Guest House in Weymouth is in the running for B&B, Nicetta in Weymouth is in the Casual Dining Award category, as is Shalims Indian Restaurant.

South Lytchett Manor in Dorchester has been named alongside Weymouth’s Higher Moor Campsite and Charmouth’s Monkton Wyld Holiday Park as finalists in the Campsite and Caravan Park of the Year category.

Joann Briden runs South Lytchett Manor. She said: “We are honored to be finalists for this prestigious award. Thank you Dorset Tourism for recognizing us.”

Weymouth’s Ebike Cafe opened in the town in November 2020 and was nominated in the Cafe/Teahouse of the Year category and is run by husband and wife duo, Josephine Parker and Peter Claxton.

Ms Parker said: “We are thrilled and delighted to have been recognized for this award. We have set out to create a place that puts mental and physical well-being at the center of what we do.

“There aren’t many other places like us in Weymouth and we aim to be an inclusive space where everyone can come in and feel welcome.”

Channel View Guest House on Weymouth seafront has been nominated as a finalist in the B&B Guesthouse of the Year category.

Owner Melaney Noon said: “We are very happy to be finalists this year after two crazy summers.

“We are very honored to be finalists in the same category as St John’s Guesthouse who are our neighbors and dear friends.

“I feel honored because I know everyone who works in this industry in Dorset does so to an incredibly high standard. I’ve been delighted with all the amazing feedback we’ve been getting here – these are our best summers ever the temperature.”

Amanda Park, Head of Tourism Development at Visit Dorset, said: “We are delighted to support the awards which celebrate the variety and quality of Dorset’s tourism businesses and showcase their hard work and achievements! As a sponsor of the New Business category, it is fantastic to see the industry continue to grow and develop despite the challenges of the past two years. Congratulations to all the finalists and good luck!”

Awards organiser, Robin Barker of Services for Tourism, added: “Despite all that has been thrown at them, the awards once again demonstrate the quality, innovation and resilience of leading tourism businesses. Many congratulations to all of you.”

Finalists from across the county said they were “honoured to learn they had been nominated for the awards.”

Here is a full list of finalists and kudos (in alphabetical order) for the Dorset Tourism Awards 2021/22:

ACCESSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE TOURISM AWARD sponsored by Bournemouth University

Finalists

• To be announced at the awards ceremony

SPECIAL APPRENTICESHIP PRIZE sponsored by NFU Mutual Wessex

Finalists

• To be announced at the awards ceremony

B&B AND GUESTHOUSE OF THE YEAR sponsored by Goadsby

Finalists

• St John’s Guesthouse, Weymouth, stjohnsguesthouse.co.uk @Fishersdream

• Channel View Guesthouse, Weymouth channelviewweymouth.co.uk

BUSINESS EVENTS AND WEDDING VENUE OF THE YEAR sponsored by Furleigh Estate

Finalists

• Highcliffe Castle, Christchurch, highcliffecastle.co.uk @HighcliffeC

• Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth, marshamcourthotel.co.uk @MarshamCourt

CAFÉ/TEAROOM OF THE YEAR sponsored by Clipper, clipper-teas.com

Finalists

• EBIKE Café @ Deheers, Weymouth, ebikecafe.co.uk

• Picnic Park Deli, Bournemouth picnicparkdeli.com, @picnicparkdeli

• Tangerine Café & Gallery, Beaminster, tangerinecafe.co.uk, @TangerineCafe1

Congratulations

• Pause Cat Café, Bournemouth, pausecatcafe.co.uk, @PauseCatCafe

CAMPING & CARAVANING PARK OF THE YEAR sponsored by Anytime Booking

Finalists

• Higher Moor Farm Campsite, Weymouth, uppermoorfarm.co.uk, @HigherMoorFarm

• Monkton Wyld Holiday Park, Charmouth, monktonwyld.co.uk, @Monkton_Wyld

• South Lytchett Manor Caravan and Camping Park, Dorchester, http://www.southlytchettmanor.co.uk, @campsitedorset

CASUAL DINING & RESTAURANT PRIZE sponsored by Furleigh Estate

Finalists

• Nicetta, Weymouth, nicetta.co.uk

• Shalims Indian Restaurant, Weymouth, shalimsbaltihouse.co.uk, @ShalimsBalti

• The Station Kitchen, Bridport, thestationkitchen.co.uk @StationKitchen

DOG FRIENDLY BUSINESS OF THE YEAR, sponsored by Pear Marketing

Finalists

• Burnbake Forest Campsite and Lodges, Corfe Castle, burnbake.com, @burnbake_dorset

• Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth, marshamcourthotel.co.uk, @MarshamCourt

Congratulations

• Polygon Pets Ltd, Poole, polygonpets.com

ETHICAL, RESPONSIBLE AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AWARD sponsored by Bournemouth Water

Finalists

• Dorset Forest Garden Glamping, Beaminster, dorsetforestgardenglamping.co.uk

• West Bay Discovery Centre, Bridport, westbaydiscoverycentre.org.uk, @WestBayDC

Congratulations

• Naked Cafe, Bournemouth, nakedcoffee.co, @nakedcoffeeuk

EXPERIENCE OF THE YEAR (ACTIVE OR LEARNING) sponsored by Saffery Champness

Finalists

• All Hallows’ Farmhouse Cooking School, Wimborne St Giles, allhallowsfarmhouse.co.uk

• Jurassic Coast Guides, Milborne St Andrew, jurassiccoastguides.co.uk, @jurassicguides

• Shore Campers – Campervan Hire, Bournemouth, shorecampers.co.uk @ShoreCampers

GLAMPING COMPANY OF THE YEAR

Finalists

• At Goathill Farm, Sherborne, atgoathillfarm.co.uk

• Dorset Forest Garden Glamping, Beaminster, dorsetforestgardenglamping.co.uk

• The yurt at Hollands Farmhouse, Dorchester, hollandsfarmhouse.co.uk

HOLIDAY PARK OF THE YEAR sponsored by Tozers

Finalists

• Golden Cap Holiday Park, Chideock, wdlh.co.uk/holiday-parks/golden-cap, @WDLH

• Highlands End Holiday Park, Bridport, wdlh.co.uk/holiday-parks/highlands-end, @WDLH

• Waterside Holiday Park & ​​Spa, Weymouth, watersideholidaygroup.co.uk/our-holiday-parks/waterside, @watersidedorset

Congratulations

• Durdle Door Holiday Park, Lulworth, durdledoor.co.uk

GRAND HOTEL OF THE YEAR sponsored by Hotel Perfect

Finalists

• Holiday Inn Bournemouth, hibournemouth.co.uk, @HolidayInnBMTH

• Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth, marshamcourthotel.co.uk, @MarshamCourt

• RNLI College, Poole, rnli.org/rnli-college, @RNLI

Congratulations

• Moonfleet Manor Hotel, Weymouth, moonfleetmanorhotel.co.uk

GREAT VISITOR ATTRACTION OF THE YEAR sponsored by Love To Visit

Finalists

• Dorset Museum, Dorchester, dorsetmuseum.org, @DorsetMuseum

• Moors Valley National Park and Forest, Ashley Forest, moors-valley.co.uk, @moorsvalley

Congratulations

• Adventure Wonderland, Christchurch, adventurewonderland.co.uk, @wonderlandparks

NEW TOURIST ENTERPRISE AWARD sponsored by Visit Dorset

Finalists

• At Goathill Farm, Sherborne, atgoathillfarm.co.uk

• Carey’s Secret Garden, Wareham, careyssecretgarden.co.uk, @CareysSecret

• The King’s Arms, Dorchester, thekingsarmsdorchester.com, @thekingsarms_so

Congratulations

• Apex Expeditions, Poundbury, apexexpeds.com/go-discover-tours-adventure-holidays/uk

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO DORSET TOURISM sponsored by Darren Northeast PR

• To be announced at the awards ceremony

PUB OF THE YEAR, sponsored by Dorset Food & Drink

Finalists

• The Acorn Inn, Evershot, acorn-inn.co.uk, @Acorn_Inn

• Cross Keys, Sherborne, thecrosskeyssherborne.com, @crosskeyssherb

• The Grosvenor Arms, Shaftesbury, grosvenorarms.co.uk, @GrosvenorDorset

RESILIENCE AND INNOVATION AWARD sponsored by Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Tourism

Finalists

• Sculpture by the Lakes, Pallington, sculpturebythelakes.co.uk, @SculptureLakes

• Shore Campers – Campervan Hire, Bournemouth, shorecampers.co.uk, @ShoreCampers

• Weymouth Bay RIB Charter, Weymouth, weymouthbayribcharters.co.uk

SELF-CURRENT ACCOMMODATION OF THE YEAR sponsored by Touch Stay

Finalists

• Frogbythesea, Chideock, frogbythesea.co.uk

• Greenwood Grange Holidays, Dorchester, greenwoodgrange.co.uk, @GreenwoodGrang1

• Spring Cottage, Wareham, lulworth.com/stay/spring-cottage, @LulworthEstate

SMALL HOTEL OF THE YEAR sponsored by Clockwork Marketing

Finalists

• The Grange at Oborne, Sherborne, thegrange.co.uk, @GrangeatOborne

• The Grosvenor Arms, Shaftesbury, grosvenorarms.co.uk, @GrosvenorDorset

• The PIG-on the Beach, Studland, thepighotel.com/on-the-beach, @The_PIG_Hotel

LITTLE VISITOR ATTRACTION OF THE YEAR sponsored by Resort Dorset

Finalists

• Nothe Fort, Weymouth, nothefort.org.uk, @NotheFort

• Sculpture by the Lakes, Pallington, sculpturebythelakes.co.uk, @SculptureLakes

• West Bay Discovery Centre, Bridport, westbaydiscoverycentre.org.uk, @WestBayDC

Congratulations

• Bridport Museum Trust, Bridport, bridportmuseum.co.uk, @BridportMuseum

TOURIST EVENT / FESTIVAL OF THE YEAR sponsored by Dorset Magazine

Finalists

• To be announced at the awards ceremony

UNSUNG HERO AWARD sponsored by Sculpture by the Lakes

Finalists

• Christine Hughes, Moors Valley Country Park, moors-valley.co.uk, @moorsvalley

• Mick Callaghan, Bournemouth Electric Club, Bournemouth, bournemouthelectricclub.co.uk

VISITOR INFORMATION SERVICE OF THE YEAR sponsored by Yellow Buses

Finalists

• To be announced at the awards ceremony

WINNER OF WINNERS sponsored by Dorset LEP

• To be announced at the awards ceremony

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Life in lockdown in Cornwall on the day Boris Johnson hosted a drink party in his back garden https://colchestercamping.co.uk/life-in-lockdown-in-cornwall-on-the-day-boris-johnson-hosted-a-drink-party-in-his-back-garden/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 17:24:44 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/life-in-lockdown-in-cornwall-on-the-day-boris-johnson-hosted-a-drink-party-in-his-back-garden/ On May 20, 2020, people were told to stay away from Cornwall, those living here were still under a strict lockdown – and holidaymakers were fined for visiting the Duchy. On the same day, the back garden of 10 Downing Street was full of government ministers, aides and hangers enjoying a drink – as the […]]]>

On May 20, 2020, people were told to stay away from Cornwall, those living here were still under a strict lockdown – and holidaymakers were fined for visiting the Duchy.

On the same day, the back garden of 10 Downing Street was full of government ministers, aides and hangers enjoying a drink – as the rest of the country faced pandemic unrest.

A leaked memo recently revealed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s private secretary had organized the unlawful gathering (under Covid restrictions) and that the Prime Minister himself was there.

Read: Boris Johnson apologizes for Downing Street lockdown party and confirms he attended

The BYOB party is currently under police investigation, and many across the country have criticized the government for hypocritically telling people to play by the rules.

Cornwall on the day of the feast was a very different place to the back garden of Boris Johnson’s home.

Think back to May 2020 – when a minor heat wave made many people start to really start to feel like they were mostly locked indoors and away from friends and extended family.

The beaches began to fill up, but local councilors – including those in Cornwall – pleaded with the public to stay away, and the police began to crack down on those who broke the rules.

On May 20, CornwallLive reported that a group of holidaymakers had been fined for driving from London to Cornwall.

The four had traveled from London for a holiday and were surprised by Devon and Cornwall police patrolling near Bodmin and Wadebridge.

The group received “strong advice” and was fired.

Around the same time fines for Covid breaches had doubled and then started at £100 for a first offence.

Just two days after Boris’ sunny garden party, the Council issued another warning – this time to secondary owners and people considering taking a chance with the lockdown rules.



Perranporth Beach.

The warning came after more than 2,100 complaints since the lockdown began about breaches.

The warning read: ‘Restrictions on holiday accommodation remain in place and public protection officers will respond to complaints from any business suspected of breaking the rules over the weekend, including carrying out property inspections. potential premises illegally opened to holidaymakers.

“There are certain exemptions to the opening of holiday accommodation, for example people who live there permanently, people who cannot return home and accommodation for key workers. The evidence supporting these Claimed exemptions are verified by officers.

‘Police have warned they have the option to visit and fine people staying in second homes, caravans and motorhomes and will ask them to return home.’

The message to potential visitors was clear: “come back later”.

Rob Nolan, then the council’s portfolio holder for the environment and public protection, said visitors should suspend travel until things were safer.

He said: “Now that government guidelines have changed, it’s easy for all of us to think we can relax and get back to normal.

“But the virus is still there and we must continue our good work to try to contain this disease and prevent it from spreading in our communities.

“If you are a resident, enjoy our beautiful coastline and countryside responsibly and respectfully this weekend and remember to socially distance at all times. If a beach, park, or parking lot seems very busy, the safest thing to do is to turn around and go somewhere else.

“If you are a visitor, please do not come to Cornwall now, but we ask that you please return later when this crisis is over.”

And for the people who lived here, the rules were still very strict.

You could only meet one other person outside of your household, and only outside. And you still weren’t allowed to travel long distances on vacation to help curb the virus – against which there was no vaccine available at the time.

Leaving your home always required a ‘reasonable excuse’, such as for daily exercise, food, essential work – or local socializing from a single person at a distance of two meters.

Cornwall Council was encouraging people to report lockdown breaches, and our beaches were still incredibly quiet compared to a normal year.

Many hotels, restaurants and pubs were still closed. Some of them forever, after the financial blow of the lockdown put them on the brink of bankruptcy.

And care homes were still reporting frequent deaths of residents, who couldn’t handle the damage a Covid infection had wreaked on their bodies.

And it wasn’t just Cornwall, the whole of the UK was still under far stricter rules, it seems, than the Prime Minister.

Police forces in England and Wales issued 14,244 fines for breaching coronavirus lockdown laws between March 27 and May 11, figures from the National Council of Chief Constables show.

Officers were forced to break up rallies and demonstrations, including house parties across the Tamar in Plymouth.

About 50 people broke social distancing rules and dozens of police patrolled the protest, making 19 arrests – including the brother of former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn – and issuing fines on the spot.

Officers broke up a street party of 100 people in Handsworth, Birmingham, on May 22, telling the crowd that such gatherings were in breach of government orders.

On the same day, news emerged that then-Prime Minister’s aide Dominic Cummings had traveled 260 miles to Durham with his wife and child, breaking lockdown rules at the height of the crisis. Covid epidemic.

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GPS location and equipment determining whether offenders go to jail https://colchestercamping.co.uk/gps-location-and-equipment-determining-whether-offenders-go-to-jail/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 19:11:16 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/gps-location-and-equipment-determining-whether-offenders-go-to-jail/ Almost 6,000 people are serving sentences under electronic surveillance. Photo / Michael Craig By Soumya Bhamidipati from RNZ Some offenders have to go to jail because they don’t live in an area where there is a signal good enough for electronic monitoring. Corrections couldn’t say how often this happens, but recently signed a $ 180 […]]]>

Almost 6,000 people are serving sentences under electronic surveillance. Photo / Michael Craig

By Soumya Bhamidipati from RNZ

Some offenders have to go to jail because they don’t live in an area where there is a signal good enough for electronic monitoring.

Corrections couldn’t say how often this happens, but recently signed a $ 180 million contract for new equipment, which it says will improve coverage so fewer people are disadvantaged.

Currently, approximately 5,800 people are serving community sentences or orders under electronic surveillance, including 1,600 people on electronic surveillance bail.

Human rights lawyer Michael Bott has said he has had clients who cannot be tracked in this way because of where they live.

“There are cases, for example, with people that I have had as clients in rural areas or in extreme parts of the east coast where they cannot serve their sentence among their whānau – which is also a protection factor – simply because there is a lack of signal strength. “

Corrections said the decision was not always about signal coverage. The victim may live nearby, there may be no access to rehabilitation programs, or no one wants the person to stay with them.

Australian researcher Dr Marietta Martinovic has studied electronic surveillance and said New Zealand’s use of it is the highest in the Western world.

Martinovic, who also worked as a community correctional officer, said it was a better option than jail.

She said if the GPS equipment couldn’t reach certain areas, the radio signals should be able to cover them.

“If one doesn’t work, the other picks up,” Martinovic said.

“I think it’s a problem if people are denied to be released into the community on the basis of technology just because they don’t live in an area that has access to the technology.”

Martinovic is hopeful that the new correctional services equipment, which uses both types of signals, will resolve some of these issues, but the ministry could not say whether that meant more people would be monitored instead of going to jail.

A 2017 report by rights organization JustSpeak found that there was a wide range of housing unsuitable for electronic bonding, including apartments, caravans and tents.

President Jordan Anderson said not much has changed in the past four years.

However, she said the millions spent on electronic monitoring would be better spent on rehabilitation and reintegration programs.

“There are huge investments in this technology for surveillance and if we could move some of that money and reinvest it at the other end, we would be able to fund community support services,” Anderson said.

“Communities are the people in the best position to know how to provide for their own.

The Parole Board said it was working with corrections to understand the new technology and was not yet sure whether more people would be eligible for electronic supervised parole.

-RNZ

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Images of the week: Hoyeon Jung is our February cover star https://colchestercamping.co.uk/images-of-the-week-hoyeon-jung-is-our-february-cover-star/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 20:55:29 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/images-of-the-week-hoyeon-jung-is-our-february-cover-star/ Good year! We kicked off 2022 by announcing our new cover star: Squid games star and model Hoyeon Jung. The 27-year-old appeared on the cover in a Louis Vuitton cape and dress. The other big fashion news of the week was the announcement of a collaboration between Kanye West, Demna and Gap. West said Vogue, […]]]>

Good year! We kicked off 2022 by announcing our new cover star: Squid games star and model Hoyeon Jung. The 27-year-old appeared on the cover in a Louis Vuitton cape and dress. The other big fashion news of the week was the announcement of a collaboration between Kanye West, Demna and Gap. West said Vogue, “It’s a vision that comes true to work with Gap and Demna, the Creative Director of Balenciaga, to make an incredible product accessible to everyone at all times. “

Oscar winner and revolutionary Sidney Poitier died Thursday night at the age of 94. First black movie star, he starred in Guess who’s coming to dinner, Field lilies, and The provocateurs.

All eyes were on Novak Djokovic as he landed, controversially, in Australia for the Australian Open (which he won nine times). The competition required all athletes to be vaccinated against COVID-19, but Djokovic was granted an exemption. However, Australian authorities denied him his visa and denied him entry. In other words, he won’t be playing in Melbourne.

Finally, the Golden Globes will be held modestly this weekend, without a red carpet and after a year of criticism from the event’s governing body, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Many stars are boycotting the affair and it will not be televised. That said, we can still appreciate the fashions of years gone by and look forward to the red carpets to come in awards season.


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£ 6,000 Covid grant now available for businesses in Retford https://colchestercamping.co.uk/6000-covid-grant-now-available-for-businesses-in-retford/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 11:01:20 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/6000-covid-grant-now-available-for-businesses-in-retford/ Businesses in Retford can now apply for a one-time grant of up to £ 6,000 to tackle the effects the Omicron variant of Covid-19 could have on trade. Business owners working in the hospitality, leisure and accommodation industries will be able to apply for a grant based on the assessed value of their properties as […]]]>

Businesses in Retford can now apply for a one-time grant of up to £ 6,000 to tackle the effects the Omicron variant of Covid-19 could have on trade.

Business owners working in the hospitality, leisure and accommodation industries will be able to apply for a grant based on the assessed value of their properties as of December 30, 2021.

Eligible businesses include pubs, restaurants, cafes, as well as casinos, museums, cinemas and trailer parks, hotels and bed and breakfasts.

The full list of eligible businesses can be found on the Bassetlaw District Council website.

Business owners will receive £ 2,667 for each property with an assessed value of £ 15,000 or less.

A grant of £ 4,000 will be awarded for each property valued above £ 15,000 and less than £ 51,000, and £ 6,000 will be awarded for each property valued north of £ 51,000.

To apply, business owners will need to provide invoices at 2021/22 commercial rates, a recent bank statement from the past three months, and a total value of all Covid-19 commercial grants the company has received to date.

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The application form was made available on the council’s website at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, January 7.

Applications must be submitted before Monday February 28 to be considered.

A £ 1bn bailout was announced by Rishi Sunak ahead of Christmas, amid rumors of another lockdown being implemented as of Monday, December 27.

Business owners have also been warned that the grant is taxable and will need to be included on their tax returns.

Businesses in receivership, insolvent or in the process of being deregistered will not be eligible for the subsidy.

A council spokesperson added that the council was still awaiting news of funding for an additional restraint grant which Mr. Sunak also described.

He said: “We are still awaiting notification of funding allocations from central government departments and as in previous ARG cycles, Bassetlaw is working with other authorities in Nottinghamshire on a common policy to ensure consistency of criteria for eligibility and grant awards.

“Once we receive a government notification and the policy is in place and approved, the council will send out further updates through our website, business support newsletter and social media.

“A grant application form is being developed so that we can put this program up and running as soon as the policy is in place, as we recognize the urgency for businesses to receive this support.”

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Vacationers give West Coast businesses a welcome boost https://colchestercamping.co.uk/vacationers-give-west-coast-businesses-a-welcome-boost/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 23:27:33 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/vacationers-give-west-coast-businesses-a-welcome-boost/ Domestic tourists have filled the cafes, accommodations and roads of the west coast from Karamea to Haast – and businesses love it. Karamea Information Center chief information officer Liz Volckman said travelers and families, mostly from the South Island’s east coast, Nelson / Tasman and Christchurch, started arriving after Christmas. “We are extremely busy until […]]]>
Domestic tourists have filled the cafes, accommodations and roads of the west coast from Karamea to Haast – and businesses love it.

Karamea Information Center chief information officer Liz Volckman said travelers and families, mostly from the South Island’s east coast, Nelson / Tasman and Christchurch, started arriving after Christmas.

“We are extremely busy until after New Years, with a lot of people looking for a place to stay with a lot of our accommodations fully booked,” she said last week.

“We’re not as busy as last year when a lot of people were traveling here for the first time. Now the families are coming back.”

She estimated the peak would last until the end of this week, as most people were due to return to work on January 10.

Buller Mayor Jamie Cleine said last week the district was teeming with cars full of families towing trailers and boats, or carrying bikes.

“The Reefton Trots are on, there’s a huge crowd and it’s a beautiful day. We got to Broadway an hour before the races and there were people in the street.

“On the Buller Gorge there were caravans and boats and I heard there were floods of caravans heading north towards Karamea. Businesses need them so that everyone keep on going.”

More tourists have walked the streets of Hokitika over the past fifteen weeks and, although the numbers are not comparable to pre-Covid, visits and sales have increased at some businesses.

Monique Kingipoiti, of Possum People, said the company has seen a 25% increase in sales, although its mainstay remains online sales.

Kevin Stevenson, of Hokitika Kiwi Holiday Park and Motels, said the operation was in full swing with domestic tourists.

“The coming month is pretty busy and the phone rings constantly. There haven’t been a lot of Aucklanders, but there are quite a few from the North Island and a lot from the South.”

Mr Stevenson said units at the camp are fully booked and only a few power sites and tent sites remain over the next few days.

Glacier Country Tourism chairman Rob Jewell said he was surprised at the number of domestic visitors who were traveling, staying and spending.

While away from pre-Covid levels, the blessing of the holidays was a boost for Franz Josef and Fox Glacier.

“Certainly this holiday period is going very well. “

Holidaymakers had traveled to Haast where Tania Frisby, of the town’s promotion association, said accommodation bookings were good, but tended to decline after January 10.

“We’re doing fine. There are a lot of campers around the west coast and some are staying two or three days.

“Families take nature walks and trips – it’s a boost for our tourism businesses.

“We will take what we have.”

The southernmost town on the coast greeted the New Year with beach bonfires and a band at the Hard Antler Bar.

– Hélène Murdoch


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Bladon Chains Caravan Club lodge plans are approved https://colchestercamping.co.uk/bladon-chains-caravan-club-lodge-plans-are-approved/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/bladon-chains-caravan-club-lodge-plans-are-approved/ The plan to replace almost 100 caravan sites with holiday lodges in a caravan park has been approved. The West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) has given the green light for the removal of 92 touring caravan sites, and 36 holiday lodges are expected to replace them at the Bladon Chains Caravan Club. The existing buildings […]]]>

The plan to replace almost 100 caravan sites with holiday lodges in a caravan park has been approved.

The West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) has given the green light for the removal of 92 touring caravan sites, and 36 holiday lodges are expected to replace them at the Bladon Chains Caravan Club.

The existing buildings on the site will also be demolished, and replacement facilities as well as housekeeping and maintenance pavilions will be constructed.

A demand planning statement says the proposals “will revitalize the existing mix of touring trailers and RVs at Bladon Chains with high quality tourist accommodation in the form of vacation lodges.”

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The operator of the proposed site, Darwin Escapes, plans to invest £ 6million to complete the required work at the site, which is expected to take around 18 months.

The planning statement continues: ‘The proposals will increase the number of employment opportunities at Bladon Chains and result in both capital expenditure in the region in the order of £ 6million as well as an increase of visitor spending per unit compared to touring caravans.

“In particular, the job would be open year round, rather than seasonal, offering real career opportunities. ”

The lodges will be two or three bedroom units, which will be factory built and notched in place on pre-built foundations.

The existing sanitary block, reception and adjacent store will be demolished and replaced.

To view the application, use reference number 20/02600 / FUL on the WODC Planning Portal.


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Decision to increase housing in Bega Valley town centers welcomed, but more plans needed to tackle the crisis https://colchestercamping.co.uk/decision-to-increase-housing-in-bega-valley-town-centers-welcomed-but-more-plans-needed-to-tackle-the-crisis/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 00:06:55 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/decision-to-increase-housing-in-bega-valley-town-centers-welcomed-but-more-plans-needed-to-tackle-the-crisis/ The Bega Valley Shire Council is trying to improve affordable housing in the Sapphire Coast region. Photo: Supplied. A proposal to allow more residential housing in Bega Valley town centers has been welcomed, but there is a call for additional plans to tackle the Sapphire Coast housing crisis. The Bega Valley Shire Council is seeking […]]]>

The Bega Valley Shire Council is trying to improve affordable housing in the Sapphire Coast region. Photo: Supplied.

A proposal to allow more residential housing in Bega Valley town centers has been welcomed, but there is a call for additional plans to tackle the Sapphire Coast housing crisis.

The Bega Valley Shire Council is seeking feedback on the proposed change that would allow a wider range of housing types in downtown areas.

Housing in the county has previously been reported to be at ‘crisis point’. The Council’s draft affordable housing strategy indicates that 19 percent of houses in the county are used as short-term housing; only 19 percent of occupied dwellings are rented privately; and only three percent are rented as social housing.

The strategy says there will be a projected need for nearly 2,500 affordable housing units by 2036.

“We need to improve housing diversity, especially housing suitable for the elderly, people with disabilities and the workforce rental market,” said Alice Howe, Community Director, Environment and planning from the Bega Valley Shire Council.

She said the amendment would allow for a wider range of housing types in some city centers, provided they are integrated into mixed-use developments.

According to the proposal, its intention is to include “residential houses, double-occupancy housing, collective housing or residential apartment buildings” as permitted developments in the centers.


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“Currently, the only forms of residential accommodation permitted in the local B2 center areas in the city centers of Bega, Bermagui, Eden, Merimbula, Pambula and Tathra are top quality housing and guesthouses,” said Dr. Howe.

“The changes we are suggesting will ensure that active street frontages are maintained in these commercial areas while providing accommodation options for key workers, business owners and the aging population above or behind business premises. “

Mick Brosnan, of Social Justice Advocates of the Sapphire Coast, said a range of options must be explored to try to improve the housing crisis because no single option is going to solve it.

When it came to the idea of ​​expanding residential housing in city centers, he said he feared that once a building opened, “people who can afford a fortune will get access to it first.” .

“We have to make sure it is open to everyone, especially those who need it,” Brosnan said.

“The basic thing we all need to know is that we need to be flexible and we need to look at all options.

“We are in desperate need of a youth shelter and we are in desperate need of a men’s shelter.


READ ALSO: Rental housing “crisis” as vacancy rates fall below 1%


Bega Chamber of Commerce chairman John Watkin said he was happy the council was looking at the issue from a practical standpoint, but as the area faces a severe housing shortage, he thinks that the amendment won’t make much of a difference to Bega.

“There will be changes in a few streets, but in reality it probably won’t open up more areas for housing,” Watkin said.

He said heritage ordinances could prevent some older homes from being destroyed and a new structure built in its place.

However, Watkin said the amendment “it looks like it will make a big difference” to Merimbula and will open up housing there.

Regarding other ideas on how to improve the housing crisis in Bega, Watkin said council could approve a 34-unit village proposal for those over 55, which is awaiting approval. for over 12 months.

To comment on the proposed plan, visit Bega Valley Shire Council’s Web page Give your opinion before the bid closing date on January 23, 2022.


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Swansea Planning Requests Week ending December 26 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/swansea-planning-requests-week-ending-december-26/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 17:25:45 +0000 https://colchestercamping.co.uk/swansea-planning-requests-week-ending-december-26/ This week the following planning requests were submitted to Swansea Council. The list of applications received is available below: (Pre-application) front deck area at 134 Dunvant Road, Killay, Swansea. (Pre-application) two story side extension at Little Hill End, Llangennith, Swansea. One storey rear extension at 72 Brynymor Road, Gowerton, Swansea. PRE APP for a front […]]]>

This week the following planning requests were submitted to Swansea Council.

The list of applications received is available below:

  • (Pre-application) front deck area at 134 Dunvant Road, Killay, Swansea.
  • (Pre-application) two story side extension at Little Hill End, Llangennith, Swansea.
  • One storey rear extension at 72 Brynymor Road, Gowerton, Swansea.
  • PRE APP for a front balcony at 5 Western Close, Mumbles, Swansea.
  • Exit from condition 2 II (ecological enhancement measures and schedule) of the 2021/2317 / FUL building permit granted on September 13, 2021 at 21 Herbert Thomas Way, Birchgrove Swansea.
  • Retention of two storage containers and a paved area for use as a community store at Clase Primary School, Rheidol Avenue, Clase, Swansea.
  • Side extension of two floors and modification of the windows at 14 Bryneinon Road, Gorseinon, Swansea.
  • Conversion of old offices (class A2) into three apartments for HMO use at 1 De La Beche Street, Swansea.
  • Disclaimer of Condition 3 (Drainage Details) of Building Permit 2018/0077 / FUL granted April 10, 2018 at 48 Harlech Crescent, Sketty, Swansea.
  • Replacement advertising board fully integrated into bus shelter, including a double-sided digital billboard with an internally illuminated sign at Nantyffin Road, opposite Tesco, Llansamlet, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five Good Friday Touring Caravans from March 1 to November 30 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Stembridge Farm, Llanrhidian, Swansea.

  • Disclaimer of Condition 3 (Drainage Details) of Building Permit 2018/0077 / FUL granted April 10, 2018 at 48 Harlech Crescent, Sketty, Swansea.
  • Replacement advertising board fully integrated into the bus shelter, including a double-sided digital billboard with an internally illuminated sign on the exterior of the library, Pentrepoeth Road, Morriston, Swansea.
  • Replacement advertising board fully integrated into bus shelter, including a double-sided digital billboard with an internally illuminated sign at Nantyffin Road, opposite Tesco, Llansamlet, Swansea.
  • Two storey side extension and window modifications at 14 Bryneinon Road, Gorseinon, Swansea.
  • Release of condition 2 ii (ecological enhancement measures and schedule) of the 2021/2317 / FUL building permit granted on September 13, 2021 at 21 Herbert Thomas Way, Birchgrove Swansea.
  • Waiver of condition 3 (Japanese knotweed) of the 2021/2116 / FUL building permit granted on November 5, 2021 to Land West Of Heron Drive Swansea Vale Swansea
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five touring trailers from Good Friday / April 1 (whichever comes first) through October 31 during the 2022/2023 seasons in part OS Field No 6167, The Barn, Tyr Coed Farm, Stembridge, Llanrhidian, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five touring trailers from March 1 to November 30 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Perriswood Farm, Penmaen, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the siting of up to five touring trailers from March 1 to November 1 during the 2022/2023 seasons in Springfield, Cilibion, Llanrhidian, Swansea.
  • Rear extension partly two storey, partly one storey and window modifications at 65 West Street, Gorseinon, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five touring trailers from Good Friday or April 1 to October 31 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Ivy Cottage Farm, Nicholaston, Penmaen, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five Touring Caravans from March 1 to November 30 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Orchard Park Farm, Llanmadoc, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the establishment of a maximum of 5 touring caravans from March 1 to November 1 during the 2022/2023 seasons in Springfield, Cilibion, Llanrhidian, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five touring trailers from March 1 to November 30 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Perriswood Farm, Penmaen, Swansea.
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five touring trailers from Good Friday / April 1 (whichever comes first) through October 31 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Newton Lodge (Buzzards Rest), Scurlage, Rhossili, Swansea .
  • Use of the land for the location of up to five touring trailers from March 1 to November 30 during the 2022/2023 seasons at Fairwood, Corner Farm, Fairwood, Swansea.
  • Release of condition 3 (Japanese knotweed) of building permit 2021/2116 / FUL granted on November 5, 2021 at Land West Of Heron Drive, Swansea Vale, Swansea.
  • Non-material modification to building permit 2021/2469 / FUL granted on November 26, 2021 to relocate the kitchen side window and service door to 10 Belgrave Close, Gorseinon, Swansea.

  • Redevelopment of Central Swansea – Non-material change to Condition 20 (Connection to surface water drainage) of building permit 2019/0980 / S73 granted on June 5, 2019 to Swansea Central (former center of St David and other lands to the north and south of Oystermouth Road) – Part of Phase 1 comprising: part of LC car park, public domain, part of Oystermouth Road, Albert Row and part of St Mary’s surface car park
  • Use of the building for plastic recycling (Class B2) at Michton Kingsway, Fforestfach, Swansea.
  • Replacement advertising board fully integrated into the bus shelter, including a double-sided digital billboard with an internally illuminated sign on the exterior of Asda, Clase Road, Llansamlet, Swansea.
  • Replacement advertising board fully integrated into the bus shelter, including a double-sided digital billboard with an internally lit sign opposite 788 Carmarthen Road, Fforest-Fach Swansea.
  • Two storey front extension at Hengoed Court Care Home, Cefn Hengoed Road, Winch Wen, Swansea.
  • First floor rear extension, side elevation window modifications and insertion of a side roof light into the existing rear extension at 71 Danygraig Road, Port Tennant, Swansea.
  • Rear first floor expansion and window modifications at Pant Y Baban Farm, Mountain Road, Craig Cefn Parc, Swansea.
  • Internally lit digital advertising board at the bus shelter opposite Argos, High Street, Swansea.
  • Disclaimer of Condition 6 (Sensitive Exterior Lighting) of Building Permit 2018/2659 / FUL granted January 8, 2020 to The Holt, Caswell Road, Caswell, Swansea.
  • Construction of 21 residential apartments in a block of five floors with access, parking and associated works – discharge of condition 11 (soil contamination report) of the building permit 2020/2544 / FUL granted on 04/07/21 on the site of the old Russell House, lot 9, 31 Russell Street, Swansea.
  • PRE-APP Extension of the one-storey rear annex at 20 Derwen Close, Waunarlwydd, Swansea.
  • Replacement advertising board fully integrated into the bus shelter including a double-sided digital billboard with internally illuminated sign at Ffordd Cynore, Outside Tesco, Swansea.
  • Release of conditions 3 (treatment of boundaries) and 6 (parking) of building permit 2018/1255 / FUL granted on appeal on March 25, 2019 at 89 Swansea Road, Waunarlwydd, Swansea.
  • Single-family dwelling (non-material amendment to building permit 2018/1255 / ful granted on appeal 25 March 2019) to allow modification of the exterior finishes for part of the stone cladding / exterior plaster at 89 Swansea Road, Waunarlwydd, Swansea.
  • Change of use from retail (class A1) to café and restaurant (class A3) and installation of a new window at 33 Princess Way, Swansea.
  • Raised aft deck area, folding doors and window modifications at 18 Hen Parc Lane, Upper Killay, Swansea.
  • Replacement of all exterior wood siding with cement siding panels and associated work at Altamar, Kings Road, Swansea Docks, Swansea.
  • Change of use from retail (class A1) to café and restaurant (class A3) and installation of a new window at 35 Princess Way, Swansea.
  • Residential development comprising 17 housing units, 12 one bedroom apartments, two accessible one bedroom apartments, four accessible two bedroom apartments and associated infrastructure works at Land At Samlet Road, Llansamlet, Swansea.
  • Release of conditions 4, (analysis of the swept path), 6 (ecological improvement measures) and 7 (materials) of the building permit 2021/1504 / FUL granted on September 13, 2021 to Brunel House, 995 Gorseinon Road, Penllergaer, Swansea .
  • Discharge of condition 3 (Ecological improvement measures and implementation schedule) of the 2021/2329 / FUL building permit granted on October 29, 2021 at 2 Brynnewydd Gardens, Sketty, Swansea.
  • Use of the land as a residential area (Request for Certificate of Legality) at Cliff Cottage, Southgate, Swansea.
  • Farm building to cover the existing stockyard (request for prior notification of farm building) at Twll Y Gwyddl, Craig Cefn Park, Swansea.

  • Demolition of the existing structure and construction of a three-storey building to provide student accommodation with 72 rooms (studios and grouped apartments), access from rue Miers, landscaping and parking for cars and bicycles – Non-material modification to the build 2017/1429 / FUL, appealed November 26, 2018 to allow submission of amended plans for a reduced building footprint at the NE corner and revised interior design at the former Cape Horner Public House, Miers Street, St Thomas, Swansea.
  • Disclaimer of Conditions 3 and 4 of the 2021/2015 / FUL Building Permit granted on September 20, 2021 at Beach House Restaurant, Oxwich, Swansea.
  • Preservation of a pergola, outdoor seating area and safe play area for children with height increase and retractable canvas awning at The Valley Hotel, 41 Bishopston Road, Bishopston, Swansea.
  • Detached barn (request for prior notification of farm building) at the rear of 29 Hael Lane, Southgate, Swansea.
  • Side extension on one level, conversion of the garage into secondary accommodation, side extension of the first floor with rear balcony, detached garden office, widening of the existing driveway and addition of a retaining wall with access steps (Variation of Condition 3 of Building Permit 2020/1751 / FUL granted Jan. 18, 2021) to allow larch vertical siding and aluminum windows on the approved one-story side extension at 92A Newton Road, Newton, Swansea.
  • Release of condition 2 (materials) of building permit 2018/1894 / RES granted on January 9, 2019 to the former Cefn Gorwydd Coal Mine, Gorwydd Road, Gowerton, Swansea.
  • Retention of extension to detached garage at 110 Peniel Green Road, Peniel Green, Swansea.
  • Modifications to the existing overflow parking lot to include a temporary portacabin cafe, three portaloos and a public lounge area for the duration of the visitor center construction (modified plans received) at the Penllergare Valley Woods Visitor Center, Penllergaer , Swansea.
  • Change of use of the ground floor store (class A1) to a restaurant (class A3), new storefront, installation of the back door, exterior stairs, exterior smoke duct and maintenance of the storefront at 136-137 Woodfield Street, Morriston, Swansea.

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