PLANS for a £100 million marina project in Holyhead have been altered after public consultation.
The Holyhead Waterfront project would include a 500-berth marina, restaurants, shops, more then 200 waterfront houses and a hotel.
A spokesman for developer Conygar Stenaline confirmed furthing details, including a reduction in the proposed waterfront home’s height, as recommended by Anglesey Council.
He added: “This was in response to requests for further clarification from statutory and internal consultees and also from members of the public in relation to design issues.
Newry Beach residents have voiced concerns over Holyhead breakwater, wildlife, and doubts on how many peeople from the area would be employed at the development.
Friends of Newry Beach have collected more than 4,000 signatures and 2,000 letter opposing the development.
The Conygar Stenaline spokesman said they had submitted an outline planning application to Anglesey Council.
He added: “In the event that the project should proceed to the detailed submission stage then we will ensure that there is full engagement with all key stakeholders and the local community, so that the opinions of interested parties can influence how the eventual development will look and the concerns expressed can be further addressed.”