Rhyl development plans

Denbighshire councillors will debate ambitious proposals to regenerate Rhyl's seafront. The town's 'Sun Centre' and swimming pool face demolition as part of the plans.

Rhyl redevelopment plans under scrutiny

One of North Wales' best known tourist attractions -- built little more than thirty years ago -- could be demolished to make way for a massive new development that's designed to change the fortunes of one of our most deprived communities

The Rhyl Sun Centre was one of the most popular tourist attractions in the north when it opened.

Rob Shelley has been looking at the plans.

Council to debate Rhyl development plans

Some areas of Rhyl are considered the most deprived in Wales. Credit: ITV News

Rhyl's Sun Centre, one of North Wales's best-known tourist attractions, could be demolished as part of a multi-million pound redevelopment of the resort's promenade.

The thirty-year-old swimming pool at the town's leisure centre may also go, and a new £10m aquatic centre would be built on the promenade instead.

Denbighshire councillors will discuss the proposals today, as part of wide-ranging regeneration plans for the resort.

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