Townies have said they will fight plans to house 400 shelter campaigners in a former hostel.
Northop Hall Country House Hotel’spre-application discussion has beenre-opened until 17 May.
Northop Hall Village Action, formed to oppose the plans, said it was the” wrong plan” in the” wrong place”.
The Home Office said it would” work nearly with councils and crucial mates to manage the impact”.
Once the discussion period runs out, Paymán effects 3 Ltd intends to submit a formal planning operation to Flintshire council.
The website outlining the design said about 250 single men would be housed in temporary units in the hostel cark demesne with another 150 in the being 37- bedroom structure.
After seven times, the structure would return to being a hostel.
The Welsh Refugee Council( WRC) said shelter campaigners were” fleeing war and persecution and must be treated with quality and respect while their shelter claims are reused”, and the plans did” not add up”.
The accommodation would be operated by Clearsprings Ready Homes( CRH), the Home Office appointed driver in Wales.
President of Northop Hall Community Council, John Gollege, who lives near the point, said he was in” total shock” when he heard about the plans for the vill, which has a population of about 1,500 people.
He said” 400 single males will increase the total population of the vill by 25. I can not believe there won’t be a drain on community installations which are formerly over extended.”
He said, with only three machine services in the vill each day, people would have” nowhere to go”.
There are also three private houses and a cattery within the grounds of the point, which is set back from the road up a long driveway.
Kate Banjo lives in one of the houses that shares a boundary wall with the former hostel’s function room.
” My concern is there would be people. 400 men who we do not know. They could be from the original city, they could be from Mold, it does not count.”
She added that she was concerned about the impact on the internal health of hundreds of men living in close propinquity with each other, unfit to work and in an area where” there’s nothing then”.
Gill Davies, who runs the Brook Park Farm Cattery on the point and lives in one of the houses coming door, said if the plan went ahead” life would change fully”.
The hostel closed its doors during the first Covid lockdown and was vended last time to Paymán effects 3 Ltd company directorNa’ím Anís Paymán.
It was originally allowed he’d continue to operate it as a hostel, but it has notre-opened and Mr Paymán didn’t want to make any comment on the offer.
But the planning, design and access statement, which forms part of the discussion, said rates of staff and situations of securing and security would be high, and the offer” explosively aligns with public and original objects”.
Delyn MP Rob Roberts has written to Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick asking for the Northop Hall point to be ruled out as an shelter hotel and raised the issue in the House of Commons.
The WRC said” Squeezing people into bad accommodation is careless and produces poor health issues, as seen in Penally Barracks and Manston.
” We’re also concerned about the position, far down from any services and transport links, which is a farther hedge to people rebuilding their lives in Wales. shelter campaigners earn the right to acceptable and suitable casing.”
The organisation called on the Home Office to” speed up detainments in the shelter system”.
The Home Office said” These accommodation spots will house shelter campaigners in introductory, safe and secure accommodation as they await a decision on their claim.
” We understand the enterprises of original communities and will work nearly with councils and crucial mates to manage the impact of using these spots, including liaising with original police to make sure applicable arrangements are in place.”
Flintshire council saidpre-application consultations were run and managed by aspirants and it hadn’t entered a formal planning operation.