Councillors on Anglesey have rejected plans for a massive new leisure resort that is designed to create 600 jobs.
The project involved 800 lodges and other leisure faciilities at three sites near Holyhead.
It divided opinion in the town, between those who want more jobs and those who are concerned about the environment.
A proposal for a massive new leisure resort, which developers say could create 600 jobs, has been rejected by Anglesey County Council.
The plan, from developers Land and Lakes, would include around 800 lodges, at Penrhos, Cae Glas and Kingsland.
It was refused by the council's Planning and Orders Committee this afternoon.