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Llandudno Coastal Defence Improvements

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See the plans for coastal defences in Llandudno
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Llandudno Coastal Forum, working with Conwy County Borough Council and its consultants, organised a public drop-in session at the Victoria Centre in Llandudno on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 July 2019. Residents and visitors viewed the shortlisted options for managing Llandudno’s beaches and gave their comments. Comments were also submitted via our website.

We have compiled the comments we received into a report to accompany the Outline Business Case.

View the Llandudno Flood Defence Improvement Boards 

On 8 June 2021, the Cabinet reviewed the draft Outline Business Case and shortlisted options. Cabinet identified their preferred option for North Shore was to remove the cobble bank between Vaughan Street and Children’s Corner and replace it with sand.

October 2021: We have submitted the final Outline Business Case to Welsh Government for technical review and consideration against programme objectives. The next step will be detailed design work of the scheme, which will involve public consultation. We expect this to happen before the end of 2021.

The work done to date on this coastal defence improvement scheme has been funded by Welsh Government through its Coastal Risk Management Programme (CRMP). We will be applying for Welsh Government funding for future stages, with some of the funding coming from Conwy County Borough Council.


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