IDEAS for improvements to roads on the Sandy Cove estate in Kinmel Bay have been unveiled, with residents being asked by Conwy County Borough Council for their thoughts.

A public consultation on the initial ideas for the upgrade starts today (May 16) and will last until June 5.

Residents and businesses are invited to have their say on the ideas for improvements, which include:

• Reconstructing the estate roads.

• Upgrading greenspaces for community use, introducing electric vehicle charging points and improving drainage.

• Dedicated pavements.

• Traffic calming measures.

• Shared pedestrian and cycle routes.

The ideas would help to make Sandy Cove a safer, greener environment for people to live, work and visit.


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A council spokesperson said: “These are early stage ideas for improvements at Sandy Cove.

“We’d encourage all local residents and businesses to look at the ideas and give their feedback.”

The council has initial funding for developing designs and will need to look for further funding before the scheme can progress to carry out any upgrading work.

Residents can get more information on the scheme and to submit views via the council website (Welsh:; English:

Residents without access to the internet can phone 0113 394 6697 for a paper copy of the consultation pack.