PLANNING chiefs will decide if an application for 100 homes in Kinmel Bay will go ahead.
Conwy County Council’s planning committee granted permission to build the 102 homes at St Asaph Avenue and Gwellyn Avenue last month despite planning officers recommending the development be refused.
At a meeting last week they were asked to “reaffirm” the decision, but instead decided to refer it to the Welsh Government who will now look at whether or not to call in the decision.
A spokesman for Conwy County Council said: "The planning committee resolved to defer consideration of the application pending the outcome of the Welsh Government direction preventing the Local Planning Authority from granting planning permission for the development."
The plans are to build 25 detached, 32 semi-detached and 43 terraced houses.
Those behind the application say a development is badly needed in Kinmel Bay to secure the sustainability of the area but local councillors have said they are against the plans.