Following the decision by Planning Inspectorate Wales that there is a public right of way at the railway crossing at Warren Drive/Glan y Mor Road, Deganwy, Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, has spoken of her delight at this excellent outcome for the community.
“I have been delighted to work with the local community and fellow elected members to argue in favour of the reopening the crossing.
“This case is a fantastic example of democracy in action. Indeed, we can all be proud of the cross-party cooperation that has been exercised and the marvellous result it has achieve.
“During the inquiry I spoke in support of the statement of case made by the order applicants, and scrutinised a number of the objections put forward by Network Rail.
“I concluded that there is evidence to prove that there had been a public right of way at the crossing since before the railway was built, so am thrilled that the Inspector agreed that the evidence points towards this”.
Janet’s speech at the Inquiry
The Inspector’s decision
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