Demolition work has started on a row of buildings in Rhyl town centre. The terrace on Queen Street was brought by Denbighshire County Council following concerns from engineers about the condition of some of the buildings. Last February, planning permission was granted for new apartments and retail units as part of the town’s multi-million pound regeneration scheme. The road has […]Read more ›
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The Head of Planning and Public Protection for Denbighshire County Council, Graham Boase joined Big H in the studio on Wednesday 22nd February at 11am to answer questions from the Point FM 103.1 listeners. Graham spoke about ongoing and future planning and developments in Denbighshire as well as the development of Rhyl sea front, Queen Street in Rhyl and more. You can listen […]Read more ›
Detectives are investigating an attack on a man in Rhyl town centre in the run up to last Christmas. A couple flagged down a taxi on Queen Street at around 3.40am on Saturday 17th December – but were left standing outside when two young women and a man got into the car after asking if the taxi was free. The […]Read more ›
Queen Elizabeth Prize announces winner of first global trophy competition Dr James Davies said ‘I would like to congratulate Sam on such an excellent achievement. It is impressive in itself to be named a finalist among thousands of international entries, let alone to be selected as the overall winner. Sam clearly has a natural flair for engineering which […]Read more ›
Rhyl’s Queen Street is set to remain closed to traffic until the end of the month. Denbighshire County Council closed the route on Friday afternoon after concerns were raised about a building earmarked for redevelopment as part of the town’s regeneration scheme. The council said it decided to accelerate the redevelopment works following a structural survey by engineers. Fencing around […]Read more ›