Land and Lakes project: 'More transparency' call
A member of Anglesey council's planning committee is calling for more transparency from the local authority, following a decision to give the Land and Lakes project the go ahead.
It centres on whether the holiday resort near Holyhead would initially be used to house workers building the proposed new nuclear reactor at Wylfa.
Earlier this month plans for the 800-lodge resort at a country park on Anglesey were approved, after initially being rejected in October.
The company claims it is a "quality destination" in Holyhead and will create 600 jobs.
Aled Hughes explains.
22 Nov 2013
- From the section Wales