Businesses across Rhyl are being called upon by Denbighshire County Council to consider whether they’d be keen to help set up and support a Business Improvement District (BID) in order to help pay for regeneration projects in the town.
Leader of the local authority councillor Hugh Evans explained that the process of developing this kind of strategy will involve a lot of consultation with local companies to find out what improvements are required and what they might be prepared to help fund, the North Wales Daily Post reports.
Mr Evans was quoted by the news source as saying: “We want as many businesses as possible to engage with this process so that the BID can act on the views of the businesses community in Rhyl and Prestatyn. This is a process that will be led by the businesses community with the County Council helping them to get the initial stages set up.”
Redevelopment plans in Rhyl are already underway, with the Pavilion Theatre receiving a makeover that will eventually include a top restaurant overlooking the seafront. Improvements to the Children’s Village car park are also now being drawn up, while the £15 million waterpark has now received all internal approvals required after planning applications were submitted back in April.
What was once the Rhyl funfair site is also now being transformed into Marina Quay, a move that will see 500 local jobs created upon completion.
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