Land & Lakes have purchased 600 acres of land at Holy Island from Anglesey Aluminium Metals Ltd. They intend to build a £120m holiday village at the site. The village will incorporate 800 lodges and cottages, a spa and 320 houses - they will also restore buildings on the Penrhos Estate.
Anglesey MP Albert Owen said "it would make the area a "top place" to experience modern facilities in a natural environment and economy" and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates said "the development would boost tourism and attract investment, jobs and affordable housing"
Work is expected to start in 2018 and the site is expected to generate hundreds of jobs and training opportunities.
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