GQAL

(redirected from Good Quality Agricultural Land)
AcronymDefinition
GQALGood Quality Agricultural Land (Australia)
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Pontprennau councillor Dianne Rees and the Old St Mellons Community Council object, saying that the site is good quality agricultural land which should be protected.
Other objectors argue the need for a crematorium has not been proved, the development would cause traffic problems and it would mean the loss of good quality agricultural land.
He has received strong backing from Plaid Euro MP Jill Evans who said: "Good quality agricultural land has been downgraded and reclassified it as indifferent quality.
Other objectors, including a local school, argue the need for a crematorium has not been proved, the development would cause traffic problems and it would mean the loss of good quality agricultural land.
The committee said it would be an "unsustainable, unacceptable and unjustified form of urban development" in the countryside which would result in the permanent loss of good quality agricultural land.
Protesters claim that the plant will pose a contamination risk to public health and to good quality agricultural land.
The committee said it would go against environment protection policies and rob the area of good quality agricultural land. The company said it had looked at 24 sites in the Vale of Glamorgan and concluded that St Nicholas was the only one suitable.
Yr Hen Feudy,Tai Isa,Llanrychwyn,Trefiw Five-bedroom stone cottage with outbuildings and eight acres of good quality agricultural land. Walled ceilings and wood burner.Bathers.
Instead, the committee, which received scores of letters both supporting and opposing the scheme, rejected it on the grounds that it would spoil the rural character of the area and mean the irreversible loss of good quality agricultural land.
'The chosen site is not considered acceptable because of its adverse and irreversible impact on good quality agricultural land. Such an adverse impact on the rural landscape and good quality agricultural land in an historic setting is considered to far outweigh the benefits of a new crematorium.'