Plaid Cymru's Gwersyllt West Councillor Gwenfair Jones has organised a public meeting to discuss plans to build 82 houses in the area.
She said: "You may be aware that developers have put in a planning application to build 82 houses on Chestnut Heights, Summerhill (Off Top Road).
"I believe that this is an inappropriate site for housing because of the poor road infrastructure, not just on Top Road but also along the whole length of Summerhill Road with existing traffic calming exacerbating traffic problems.
"This land is also unstable with a large railway tunnel running underneath the site.
"Despite there not being a Local Development Plan in place, developers must show that there is an exceptional need to build on what is a green barrier site separating two settlements, that of Gwersyllt and Summerhill.
"Recent building and planning consent will, when completed, result in around 80 new units on Boozey Fields and the old Summerhill Hall site and it would therefore be difficult to justify anymore on the basis of local need.
In order to discuss the matter further I have arranged a
AT GWERSYLLT RESOURCE CENTRE,
SECOND AVENUE, GWERSYLLT,
AT 6.30pm on THURSDAY 24th AUGUST 2017.
Everyone is welcome to this meeting and if you are unable to attend, feel free to check out the application on Wrexham Council website and respond quoting reference number P/2017/0651 on email@example.com or in writing to The Planning Departement, Wrexham CBC, The Guildhall, Wrexham, LL11 1AY.
The planning officer is Matthew Phillips who is contactable on 01978 298994
To respond please get in touch with Gwenfair.Jones@wrexham.gov.uk on 07855724605.