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Walters Land (Rogerstone) Ltd is a subsidiary of the Walters Group. The Walters Group is a family run South Wales based company which specialises in civil engineering, plant hire and sales, and development.

Walters Land (Rogerstone) Ltd, secured outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Novelis/Alcan factory site to deliver Jubilee Park. As well as a primary school and housing, the outline planning permission allows for a new local centre.

Despite Savills having marketed the envisaged local centre element of Jubilee Park since 2016, there was no interest in the site from potential retailers and the health board has confirmed that they do not wish to operate a clinic, surgery or pharmacy within Jubilee Park.

In light of the lack of interest in the delivery of the local centre within Jubilee Park, Walters secured planning permission for the Co-Op development on the more prominent former Criddle Garage site on the northern side of Tregwilym Road.

Walters Land (Rogerstone) Ltd is now proposing upto 50 home alongside public open space, landscaping, sustainable drainage, and both green and blue infrastructure on the site envisaged to accommodate the local centre element (known as Parcels LC1 and LC2). Accordingly, the description of development is:

“Outline application (with all matters reserved save for access) for residential development”

This web page provides the public and statutory consultees with an opportunity to view the draft planning application documents and make comments on them, prior to the formal submission of the planning application to Newport City Council.

The planning application documents can be viewed or downloaded from the ‘Application Documents’ Tab whilst the location of the proposed development is shown in the ‘Location Map’ tab.

The consultation is being undertaken in light of COVID19 and in accordance with the updated guidance contained within The Planning Applications (Temporary Modifications and Disapplication) (Wales) (Coronavirus) Order 2020.

Comments should be sent:

1) by email  on or;

2) addressed to Planning Consultations, Savills, 2 Kingsway, Cardiff, CF10 3FD.

Comments are due by 14th June 2021.

The Planning Applications (Temporary Modifications and Disapplication) (Wales) (Coronavirus) Order 2020 removes the requirement to make application documents available at a local library. If you are experiencing difficulties viewing the documents online please contact Savills on 02920368912.

Please note that this is a separate process to the consultation that Newport City Council will carry out when the application is formally submitted. Any views that you wish for us to take into account should be provided direct to the addresses above.