Coedffranc councillors seek assurances of Hale Homes plans for Crymlyn Road in Skewen
VILLAGE councillors are seeking assurances over a new housing development in Skewen.
They want to know if a pledge previously given to provide low-cost housing for the disabled is to be honoured.
Hale Homes has submitted revised plans to build 29 homes on land behind Crymlyn Road.
Neath Port Talbot Council asked Coedffranc community councillors for their views.
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Councillor Harry Bebell said he had been concerned the drainage would be moved closer to the rugby field at Tennant Park, but had been assured that would not be the case.
However, councillor Keith Davies said some firm commitments had been given to provide low-cost housing and housing for the disabled when outline consent was granted.
"Are we in a position to ask whether that commitment is still being observed?" he asked.
Councillors agreed to raise the question.