Experts say the Western side of Rhyl maybe the single most deprived community in Wales.
Many of its houses have been turned into flats.
Much of its population is transient - making it hard to forge a community.
Today planners revealed their blueprint for the town, hoping a sixteen million pound spend redeveloping and regenerating homes in West Rhyl can change the way people see the area and make families want to settle there.
Rob Shelley has been looking at their designs on the future.
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