A £120m holiday village and houses on Anglesey which could bring about 600 jobs has been given the final go-ahead.
The Land and Lakes plans were agreed after a £20m deal to mitigate the impact of the development on Holyhead.
It will see a leisure park with 500 lodges and cottages at Penrhos Coastal Park, a further 315 lodges at Cae Glas, and 320 homes in the Kingsland area. Some of the new accommodation will house workers if a new Wylfa nuclear power plant is built on the island.
“This was the largest planning application ever to be considered by the Isle of Anglesey county council,” said chief executive Gwynne Jones.