Current and planned consultations


Title Department/ service area Start date End date     
View more details for consultation What's the future for Rhyl Town Centre? What's the future for Rhyl Town Centre? Customers, Communications and Marketing 16 Apr 2019 31 May 2019
Why are we doing this?

In 2018, we spoke to over 1,500 people to find out what they thought of Rhyl Town Centre at the moment and what changes they would like to see. Now, we have grouped those ideas and concerns into key themes, from which we have developed 8 Big Ideas, which all future developments in the Town Centre should support. We would like to know if you think these are the right ideas.

Please download the display materials and let us know what you think by completing the questionnaire linked below.

What do we want to know?
Title Department/ service area Start date End date     
View more details for consultation Care Property Portfolio Plan Care Property Portfolio Plan Facilities, Assets and Housing 15 Apr 2019 31 May 2019
Why are we doing this?

We are changing the way in which we manage our physical assets. In the future our land and buildings will be grouped with similar types of property, into one of eight Portfolio Plans.

As part of the process we are reviewing the land and buildings within each portfolio plan, to make sure that our properties are necessary and suitable for the delivery of our services, that they are not unnecessarily costly to run, and .to make sure that we are not missing opportunities to share them with other public services which could make things more convenient for our customers.

To share any comment regarding the Care property portfolio plan please email careppp@denbighshire.gov.uk

 

What do we want to know?

Title Department/ service area Start date End date     
View more details for consultation Improving access in and around Rhyl Town Centre Improving access in and around Rhyl Town Centre Customers, Communications and Marketing 08 Apr 2019 02 May 2019
Why are we doing this?

We've been exploring ways to improve how traffic and people move around Rhyl Town Centre.

In particular we've been looking at the existing issues which include:

- The current system was designed for the past when there were heavier east/west flows along the A548 Coast Road
- Long queues from the South (A525 Vale Road, and the A55) at peak times
- A limited number of crossings over the railway line
- Poor directional signage
- Difficulty accessing parking because of indirect routes around the one-way system.
- The number of traffic lights
- Extra traffic due to motorists 'searching for spaces'
- East and West Parade forms a 'barrier' between top of High Street and the beach
- Better connections are needed ebtween the town and National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 5 that runs along the promenade

The work we've undertaken has resulted in the following solution:
- High street to be two-way between Brighton Road and Wellington Road
- Remove the High Street pedestrian zone allowing one-way northbound traffic between Wellington Road and East/West Parade

This would:
- Halve existing journey times between Vale Road bridge and the Promenade
- Cut in half journey times between Vale Road bridge and Morley Road car park
- Shorten Saturday afternoon queues on Vale Road bridge to less than half their current length
- Make it easier and quicker to get around Rhyl Town Centre

Please download the display materials and let us know what you think by completing the questionnaire linked below.

What do we want to know?