A Rhyl car park is to undergo a refurbishment ahead of the opening of a new tourist attraction.
The Sky Tower Car Park will close for six weeks on Monday, January 21, for work to improve the site ahead of the opening of SC2 in April.
Denbighshire County Council will undertake work which will include resurfacing, additional drainage, reconfiguration, as well as new white lining and arrows and new bollards and positions.
Cllr Brian Jones, the council’s lead member for Highways, Planning and Sustainable Travel, said: “The work at the Sky Tower Car Park will see big improvements to the site and provide a better service to residents and visitors.
“With the ongoing regeneration in Rhyl, with private investment as well as the work the Council is undertaking at SC2, it is important all areas of the waterfront look attractive and welcoming.”
The former underground car park refurbishment is ongoing and the site is due to re-open before the end of March.
The Council has also allocated more than 20 parking spaces at the town’s Morley Road and West Kinmel Street car parks allowing for free parking for one hour and two hours for Blue Badge holders.
The Sky Tower Car Park will re-open on Friday, March 1, and details of alternative parking are available at www.denbighshire.gov.uk/car-parks