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Snowdonia National Park planners have given the go-ahead to a controversial £13 million business park in north Wales.The plan, put forward by the Development Board for Rural Wales, now goes to Welsh Secretary David Hunt for approval.He has 28 days in which to decide the fate of the project, although it is thought to be a rubber-stamping exercise.The board wants to start work next April on the first phase of the park on an 11 ha greenfield site between Penhryndeudraeth and Minffordd.The ...

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