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Decision on common land at Mynydd y Gwair, Swansea
The applications sought:
- the erection of a temporary meteorological anemometry mast and associated fencing
- the surfacing and improvement of the proposed access route
- the deregistration and exchange of land
- the erection of temporary protective fencing for CADW Scheduled monuments.
The common land applications were considered by an independent Planning Inspector who held a hearing in respect of the applications. The Inspector prepared a report for the Deputy Minister for Farming and Food.
The Minister agreed with the Inspector's recommendation that:
- consent for the deregistration and exchange and works on common land at Mynydd y Gwair should not be granted
- consent for works in respect of the temporary anemometry mast should be granted subject to conditions.
The decision letter contains the reasoning behind the Deputy Minister's decision.