PLANS to knock down holiday lodges and replace them with new ones have been received by Flintshire council chiefs.

An application received by the county council proposes to demolish three existing timber lodges at a site in Pant Y Buarth, Gwernaffield, and replace them with four new ones.

Submitted with the scheme, a statement reads: "The proposal aims to
provide high quality holiday accommodation re-placing existing holiday accommodation which is in a state of poor repair and rejuvenating an existing site. 


"The proposal will attract holiday makers which will help to stimulate the local economy’s amenities, public houses, shops/ post office and golf course.

"The units are a single bed open plan unit with separate WC/shower room."

According to the document, the proposed units' proportions are "significantly smaller in scale than the surrounding/adjacent dwellings."

A total of six dedicated off road parking spaces are to be allocated, it adds.

Comments on the application are now closed, and the scheme is "under consideration" by the council.