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Promenade Shelters - Rhos on Sea

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Promenade Shelters - Rhos on Sea

Conwy County Borough Council has begun work this week on the promenade shelters in Rhos on Sea.

An inspection of the condition of the seven shelters along the promenade between Rhos on Sea and Colwyn bay was carried out last month. The Council had also received complaints from the public about the condition of the shelters.

Two of the shelters were found to have corroded metal and degraded concrete to the extent that they were considered to have come to the end of their useful life, and these have been demolished.

The remaining five shelters will be undergoing a programme of repair which will include jet washing, repairing under roof cladding, repairs to slabs and repainting of soffits. This work is scheduled to be completed by the end of March.


Posted on 08/03/2019

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