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Wednesday, October 6, 2021

County launches website for weekly updates on 2020 scheme

Denbighshire County Council, in partnership with Welsh Government and Transport for Wales, is currently making improvements to Castle Street, Llangollen.

This 2020 scheme includes the creation of:

  • wider footways
  • improved and safer junctions
  • new traffic signals and a pedestrian crossing
  • new one-way systems
  • resurfacing works

There will be some road closures and temporary traffic lights but the council says it  will work closely with local residents and businesses to listen to any concerns and minimise disruption.

The works should be completed by Spring 2022. 

In a bid to keep in touch with developments on a weekly basis the council has set up a website for updates.

You can log onto it at:

This week's work schedule:

Monday 4 October 2021

Set up traffic management (temporary traffic signals) from the bridge up to just before the junction with Market Street.

Start saw cutting for the new kerb line outside the Royal Hotel into Bridge Street.

Tuesday 5 October 2021

Continue with the work on Bridge Street.

Prepare for the new kerb line along Castle Street.

Wednesday 6 October 2021

Start to lay new kerbs on Bridge street.

Dig out along Castle Street ready for the new kerbs to be laid.

Thursday 7 October 2021

Continue with Castle Street kerb preparations.

Dig up the path along Bridge Street.

Friday 8 October 2021

Lay new kerbs along Castle Street.

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