Here is a PDF with clickable links to email addresses of the people below

WHO to object to:

Principal planner (priority!) – Justin Jones

Whitchurch & Tongwynlais local councillors

Linda Morgan

Mike Phillips

Mia Rees

Mike Jones-Pritchard

Every person in Wales is represented equally by five Members of the Senedd (MSs) in total: one MS for your constituency (the local area in which you live), and another four MSs who represent your region (either North Wales, Mid and West Wales, South Wales West, South Wales Central or South Wales East).

Senedd Members

Julie Morgan (Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services)

Neil McEvoy (Plaid Cymru)

Gareth Bennett (UKIP)

Andrew RT Davies (Welsh Conservatives)

David Melding (Welsh Conservatives)

The Future Generations Commissioner

Sophie Howe is the Future Generations Commissioner. Her office was created out of the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act. She works to develop progressive policy and help public bodies think about the long term impact of their decisions. Her work is to promote sustainable development, we believe that she can advise the government against allowing this development to go ahead.

02921 677 400

Member of Parliament

Our MP: Anna McMorrin (represents Cardiff North)

Object along similar lines as for your MS. Anna regularly campaigns for green issues. Her support for this development that threatens biodiversity is contradictory to her view on the environment.

Senedd Ministers

Object to the following with a brief personal letter – as they are not our Senedd Members they are not our direct representatives, however they are in charge and making decisions, and the more they know about how this breaks their own rules, the more likely it is to be refused. ​Make this politically toxic​ – taking away green spaces when they have been telling us they want to protect them, or when many in the community have no other safe access to green space. Increasing air pollution when it can make Covid-19 worse. Going against the Green manifesto/party image presented by Labour to the public, Etc

First Minister of Wales​ – Mark Drakeford

Minister for Finance etc ​- Rebecca Evans

Minister for Health etc​ – Vaughan Gething

Minister for Environment etc – ​Lesley Griffiths

Minister for Housing etc – ​Julie James

Minister for International Relations etc –​ Eluned Morgan

Minister for Economy etc​ – Ken Skates

Minister for Education​ – Kirsty Williams

Deputy Minister for Housing etc – ​Hannah Blythyn

Deputy Minister Culture etc – ​Dafydd Elis-Thomas

Deputy Minister and Chief Whip​ – Jane Hutt

Deputy Minister for Health etc​ – Julie Morgan 

Deputy Minister for Economy etc- ​Lee Waters