RESIDENTS are being invited to have their say on a proposed review of a town's conservation area.

Denbighshire County Council has reviewed the Rhyl Conservation Area and is proposing changes to the boundaries.

An eight week public consultation has been launched. Changes being considered include:

Extending the North-Eastern boundary to include the upper areas of Bath Street and Morlan Park;

Removing the Premier Inn Development Site, Harkers Amusements and the Queen Street Development Site;

Including the former Regal Cinema;

Excluding the coach park/proposed car park on Crescent Road and redrawing the boundary to exclude 20-30 and 11-23 Edward Henry Street.

Conservation areas are pieces of land that local authorities feel should be preserved or enhanced.

The consultation will run until November 2. An exhibition event will take place in Unit 4 of the White Rose Shopping Centre in Rhyl, on Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8..

Comments on the proposed changes can be sent to Planning & Public Protection, Denbighshire County Council, PO Box 62, Ruthin LL15 9AZ or can be made online at

Alternatively, email before 5pm on November 2.