Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station

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Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station

Received 26 July 2018
From Humphreys Waste Recycling Ltd

Representation

Humphreys Waste Recycling Ltd is a local family run business trading in Caergeiliog and Bryngwran.
The business is based less than one mile from the proposed Dalar Hir Park and Ride facility.
The documents in 6.6 of the Development Consent order do not mention the businesses based in the locality or the village of Bryngwran which will be affected. It does not make any reference to the facilities available in Bryngwran.
We are a local family run business who employ local people
The park and ride facility will have an affect on our business due to its locality and the increased level of traffic on the A5, A55 and the Dalar Hir Area. The construction phase and following construction of the park and ride might cause delays for my business and traffic from Bryngwran.
How will the increased pollution levels be monitored?
How will the traffic both cars and buses be controlled?
what will be the hours of work for Horizon workers? When are the shift times? How will this affect my HGV vehicles and commercial vehicles driving on the A5 towards Dalar Hir.
How will Horizon ensure that there is not a detrimental effect on local businesses?
The people in Bryngwran travel to Holyhead via the A5 passed the Dalar Hir Park and ride facility. We are concerned that there will be increased traffic, delays and that the roads will be dangerous and congested which could impact HGV and commercial vehicle movments to and from site during our operational hours .
How will Horizon support local businesses if their current staff move to work for Horizon?