Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Tag: llandudno

Lamborghini wheel set for Llandudno Pier

Adam Williams Unveils Ferris Wheel Llandudno Pier
A ferris wheel is set for Llandudno Pier as part of plans to reinvent the landmark as a night-time attraction that can be promoted across the UK.

PM visits Llandudno Pier for popular Senedd photo op

Boris Johnson Llandudno visit
Boris Johnson enjoyed an ice cream on a visit to Llandudno Pier this week, part of a campaign to support the Conservative party’s candidate in the upcoming Senedd election.

Repairs still wanting at Llandudno Pier

Llandudno Pier
Urgent repairs to Llandudno Pier are still unable to take place,says owner Adam Williams, as it continues to face major potential disruption from a nearby residential development. Structural damage to both the steel frame and wooden decking of the pier was sustained over eight months ago, with the necessary repairs estimated to cost £150,000. But these are funds that Williams is...

“A sad day for Llandudno”: Plans to review pier pavilion set aside

Llandudno Bay
The Welsh Government will not call-in controversial plans for Llandudno’s new pier pavilion,with the lack of intervention described as “a sad day for Llandudno” by pier owner Adam Williams. The director of North Wales leisure group Tir Prince was “astonished” at the decision as there’s “nobody for this proposal whatsoever”, suggesting Tir Prince “will be looking at how much to...

Llandudno pavilion plans still angering locals as Williams leads the calls for change

Coinslot - Llandudno Pier council setback
Developers have revealed their latest plans for a complex in Llandudno, much to the chagrin of many locals who feel the town would be better served with a project to attract tourism. Llandudno Pier owner, Adam Williams, believes the town must have more.   New proposals for an £18m apartment and restaurant complex on the site of Llandudno’s former pavilion are...

Llandudno Pier owner “left in limbo” after Pavilion decision deferred

Coinslot - Llandudno postponed
The owner of Llandundo Pier said he had been “left in limbo” after a decision on controversial development plans for the vacant pavilion pier site were deferred.   Adam Williams fears that if the £15m residential block is approved, noise complaints would force the pier’s attractions - including its amusement arcade - to close and make it economically unviable. Although Conwy County...