I've now seen the plans for the new primary school, which Gareth Ratcliffe has linked to from the Cllr Gareth Ratcliffe News Updates Facebook page.
I can see why Rob Golesworthy thought it looked like a shed.
It's completely different from the last plan that everyone was consulted on, consisting of one building with classrooms on each side and a broad corridor down the middle, with a separate building to the side with the hall.
There is, of course, no mention of the library or community centre provision that were incorporated into the last plans for the primary school. I'm not sure what's happening to the swimming pool, either. They're certainly not building a new one.
I'm sure the new plans will be displayed for consultation in due course.
Meanwhile, there will be a consultation about the Hay Town Plan on Thursday 11th August at the school. It will run from 10.30am to 6.30pm and councillors will be available throughout the day to discuss the details. There will also be free parking available in the school grounds for anyone attending. The full town plan is available on the Hay Council website, under Projects.
And finally, the application has gone in for the building of 19 houses on the old community centre site, by Wales and West Housing Association - but this is only an outline application seeking approval for access (as it's on a difficult corner to get into). The BBNP planning number is 15/13047/OUT.