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Work on former Tudno Castle Hotel closes another road in Llandudno

Published date: 20 April 2017 |
Published by: James Wilde 
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Another road has closed following safety concerns over the Tudno Castle Hotel building in Llandudno.

Work to demolish the failing part of the hotel started on Tuesday (April 18) closing Vaughan Street to Moon Street on Mostyn Broadway.

Now the right hand lane of Conway Road from the slip road into Mostyn Champneys Retail Park to the existing road closure on Vaughan Street, has been closed.

The pavement alongside the construction site has also been closed to pedestrians to ensure safety.

A spokesperson for contractors Bowmer and Kirkland said: "Work to stabilise and make safe the former Tudno Castle Hotel building on Mostyn Broadway, has revealed further cause for concern on the opposite side of the building at the junction of Conway Road and Vaughan Street.

"Concerns were raised yesterday (April 19) and representatives from the local authority Building Control and Highways Department were consulted. It was agreed that a further road closure should be put in place to ensure the safety of the public.

"The right hand lane of Conway Road from the slip road into Mostyn Champneys Retail Park to the existing road closure on Vaughan Street, has been closed.

"Motorists can still use Conway Road, but only the left hand lane and traffic is being diverted left along Vaughan Street.

"The pavement alongside the construction site has been closed to pedestrians to ensure safety.

"Meanwhile demolition on the Mostyn Broadway side of the building is going well and we hope that the initial road closure between Moon Street and Vaughan Street will be reopened earlier than the planned April 28.

"We appreciate that this further road closure will cause inconvenience and for that we apologise, but the safety of the public is our number one priority.

"Thank you for your patience during these essential works."

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