Planning Information

The plans and documents for planning applications can be viewed online by visiting the Wrexham Planning Portal and selecting the Community of Gwaunyterfyn / Acton for the search. Wrexham County Borough Council is the Planning Authority and the Community Council is consulted for its views on any application submitted in the Acton Community area.

Previous Applications that affected Green Open Spaces in Acton:

Pre-planning Consultation for New Primary School at Nine Acre Field, Westminster Drive, Wrexham

The Community Council was informed on 20 July 2020 that Wrexham County Borough Council had re-recommenced the pre- planning application consultation in respect of the Nine Acre Field and Wrexham CBC was advertising the process through the normal channels. All responses provided prior to the lockdown together with any further comments etc received by 16 August 2020 were considered. The Consultation documents and responses can be viewed at:  

Subsequently  Wrexham CBC announced it is to make Nine Acre Field an official public open space, and rename it Queen Elizabeth II Park, as a memorial to the late Queen.

Dean Road/Holt Road Playing Field Planning Proposals by Glyndwr University 

The Planning Committee of Wrexham County Borough Council met on Monday 1 July 2019 and refused this major development application (Planning Application Reference: P/2018/0673) You can click on the link to read the Planning Officer's report to the Committee.

An Appeal was successfully lodged by Glyndwr University against the refusal of Planning Permission for the Dean Road Playing Field (Application No P/2018/0673). The Appeal was decided on the basis of a Hearing and determined by a Planning Inspector and not by the Welsh Ministers.

Due to the pandemic lockdown restrictions the planning inspectorate did not hear this Appeal until 27 April 2021. The Community Council would like to thank everyone who supported its objection to the Wrexham Glyndwr University plan to build seventy seven houses on the Greenfield site at Holt Road as part of its Campus 2025 Strategy.