Llandudno Pavement Improvements
Conwy County Borough Council is starting work to improve pavements on Llandudno’s Mostyn Street next week.
The improvements will be made on Mostyn Street from the Carlton pub to Caffè Nero; South Parade from the Carlton to Seymour’s Café, and St George’s Place from Caffè Nero to the RNLI shop.
Kerbs and pavements will be replaced in the Council-owned areas up to the shop boundaries, which is generally up to the veranda or canopy line.
“The new pavements will be heritage style paving slabs, in keeping with the Victorian heritage of the area,” said Cllr Greg Robbins, Cabinet Member for Environment and Transportation. “The existing pavements are cracked in places and need upgrading, and we’ll be improving the Council-owned areas. We did invite property owners to join the improvement scheme and it’s a shame they couldn’t see the benefit of replacing the entire pavement area. I am sure that when the business owners and landlords see the difference there will be a positive reaction. In the meantime, the work shows the Council taking a proactive stance for the residents and visitors to Llandudno.”
Sections of parking along Mostyn Street and St. George’s Place will be closed while the kerbs and pavements are replaced, but the Council will be working in sections to minimise this disruption.
Work starts on Monday 2nd September and is expected to finish by Friday 25th October, depending on the weather.
Property owners were invited to join this improvement scheme, letters were sent to all business owners on this section of Mostyn Street, with a plan of proposed improvements and an estimated cost to replace the slabs on their private forecourt area.
Link to report: Mostyn Street Pavements
Posted on 29/08/2019