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EIGHT holiday lodges will be added to a south Ceredigion hotel following planning approval.

The Penrallt Hotel at Aberporth submitted a “redesign” of a 25 year old plan for holiday lodges which was discussed by Ceredigion County Council’s development management on Wednesday (July 28).

A report to committee states that the plans, that also include a pond, landscaping and associated works, is “presented as a ‘redesign’ of a previously approved scheme” from 1996, with a Certificate of Lawfulness establishing that the work could be undertaken in accordance with that permission issued in 2020.

The previous plan was for eight holiday units in the form of three buildings with the new permission for individual, single storey buildings around an informal circular road and pond.

Members of the committee supported the application – apart from Cllr Odwyn Davies who said permission would not be given to build houses to live in permanently in such a location – and it was approved.

The committee was reminded by planning officers that if it had not been for the “fall back position” of previous permission and certificate of lawfulness approval would not necessarily have been recommended.

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