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An artist’s impression of how the revamped Queen’s Market might look Big plans for Welsh resort


Denbighshire council is investing £5m into buying the former Savoy Hotel and Queen’s Market buildings in Rhyl, as part of ambitious £30m plans to transform the heart of the town. The purchases are intended to pave the


way for a major retail, restaurant, market and residential development, which would see some buildings demolished and others restored to their former glory. The scheme includes plans to bring the decorative market hall roof back to life and open up the building to the public. However, the local authority has found


no trace of ‘Little Venice’ – an almost mythical 1900s Venetian themed attraction that was said to be sealed under the floor of the Queen’s Market structure – and further excavation of the site will take place. The project is part of a major regeneration


of the historic seaside resort’s town centre, as Denbighshire County Council strives to revive its fortunes. Graham Boase, the Council’s Corporate


Director for the Economy and Public Realm, told local media: “This is ambitious – but it is time for something different for this site because the market has failed. “Five years ago people would never


have thought we would have Premier Inn and Travelodge in the centre of Rhyl; they are here now. So while this is ambitious this can be done. “We have bought the site, we will put


outline planning in place and it is likely we will also start some of the preparation work like demolishing parts of the site. But then it is down to investors to come in. “This has to then be market-led,


and whatever comes here needs to be economically viable.” Under the outline plans a contemporary market hall space would be created at


the heart of the site as well as an open courtyard. Work is now progressing on the initial


designs, costings and viability of the project, which forms part of the long term vision for Rhyl town centre. A planning application is expected to be submitted before the end of the year. Mr Boase added: “We see the Queen’s Buildings as key in the regeneration of Rhyl. “This site will be pivotal in linking the regeneration on the waterfront to the town centre and providing a fantastic offer in its own right. This project can transform the town centre. “After 12 months of working with businesses, residents and visitors to Rhyl the feedback was that the town centre needed a vibrant market space to draw people into the town centre and increase footfall. “This will help support and grow


businesses and our vision sees local, independent traders as central to this, creating jobs and opportunities locally. “Parts of the buildings are in very poor condition, and whilst we will try and retain as much of the original architecture as possible, there will inevitably be areas that will need to be demolished.” The project is being funded by Denbighshire County Council, the Welsh Government and the European Regional Development Fund. Ion Developments is the Council’s development partner for the 97,000 sq ft site. The site will remain open in the coming months with current occupiers continuing to trade. A spokesman added: “A pre-planning consultation will be launched later this summer offering residents and businesses the chance to have their say on the more detailed plans as part of the ongoing project consultation.”


Trader calls it a day


The proprietor of one of Chorley’s most popular fruit and veg stalls is calling it a day after more than five decades serving the public.


John Tyrer, of Tyrer’s Fruit & Veg, has made the decision to retire after 55 years. Mr Tyrer’s parents started the business in 1949 – but the story doesn’t end here, as


John is handing over the day-to-day running of the pitch to his son, Jonathan, who has been working alongside his dad for the last 25 years. John told local media: “My mum and dad started on the Flat Iron before moving onto the indoor market in the 1950s. “I left school at 15 and went straight into the business and I’ve been here ever since. “It wasn’t a difficult decision to hand over the reins to my son Jonathan, however, as I’d had enough of the 4am starts! “I will miss our loyal customers, and we’ve always worked with some great local farmers. “There’s definitely still a place for independent fruit and veg stalls and we’re very


proud of the quality we offer and the service Jonathan and myself, as well as our loyal staff Shirley and Amanda, give all year round.”


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