One reader's view....

We have a housing shortage crisis. Young people cannot buy themselves somewhere affordable to live.

We have an obesity crisis. Young people are getting fatter.

We have a pollution crisis. More young people are suffering from asthma-related problems.

Could someone explain to me why it was decided to demolish the old school building in London Road, Pembroke Dock and clear the site to accommodate a drive-through fast-food outlet?

There is already a McDonald’s within a couple of hundred yards of this site, so why another one? Surely this site could have been used for a better purpose.

It is an ideal ‘brownfield’ site for residential flats.

The last thing we need is another fat-producing, air-polluting outlet such as this development.


West Williamston

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