Roads to close for up to nine weeks in Llandudno as junction on Mostyn Street by Tudno Castle Hotel is ‘improved’

ROADS in Llandudno could close for up to nine weeks as work is carried out to improve the junction on Mostyn Street by the Tudno Castle Hotel.

The work will see a right turn lane implemented from Conwy Road to Mostyn Broadway.

In a public notice published in the Pioneer, Conwy County Borough Council revealed that roads – including Vaughan Street, Mostyn Street and Mostyn Broadway – would be closed for a maximum period of nine weeks from Monday, January 25.

“Conwy County Borough Council has made an order to enable a new road layout construction,” the notice added.

“The effect of which will be to prohibit any person from causing any vehicle to proceed in the lengths of road specified in the schedule and to prohibit any person from causing any vehicle to park in those parking bays specified.”

The works will involve:

  • Vaughan Street: Road closure from the junction of Conway Road to the junction of Adelphi Street.
  • Mostyn Street: Road closure from the junction of John Street to the junction of Vaughan Street.
  • Mostyn Broadway: Prohibition of parking outside the doctor’s surgery.

A spokesperson from Conwy council told the Pioneer: “We are improving the junction on Mostyn Street by Tudno Castle Hotel to reduce traffic congestion and improve flow, especially at peak times. This will include adding a right turn lane from Conwy Road to Mostyn Broadway.

“The work is expected to take seven weeks but the order is in place for nine weeks in case of delays.”

In March 2018, planning permission was obtained for the redevelopment of the hotel into a 63-bed hotel, three restaurants, two retail units and a gym along with the recreation of the buildings listed façade.

Since then, the operator requirements have changed. The new development will comprise of a 90-bedroom hotel, one restaurant and three retail/restaurant units and a gym/business unit.

On Friday, October 30 2020, Tudno Developments Ltd triggered the statutory pre-application consultation period, allowing the community to have their say on the proposals prior to submitting a planning application to Conwy council.

Details of all current public notices are located towards the rear of the North Wales Pionner in the classified section and online via our website www.northwalespioneer.co.uk

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