Clarification Sought on Housing Development Concerns

Politicians have written to the council seeking assurances for local residents following concerns raised about the nature of housing development on College Street, Ammanford. Jonathan Edwards MP and Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM have both been contacted by a number of people fearful that the site will be used to house convicted sex offenders and substance abusers. The pair has now contacted the council requesting clarification on the issue to allay any public unease.

Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM said:

“People living nearby the development are naturally concerned at some of the rumours that have been circulating regarding the nature of the proposals. Local residents, especially those with children, have contacted our office to register their opposition to a development being created to house people with serious convictions to their name. I have heard these rumours but am led to believe that is not the case. I hope the council’s response will confirm that no such plans exist and constituents that have brought these issues to my attention can get a better understanding for what the facility will be used for.”

Jonathan Edwards MP added:

“We have written to the council just to get clarification for our constituents in order that they can be given piece of mind and that the council can put aside any concerns there may be in the area. We would like to establish the nature of the development in order to ensure that the perfectly understandable fears local people may have can be addressed. ”

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