The demolition of a listed Llandudno Hotel is set to head back to council planning committee on Wednesday.

Original plans were approved in 2014 which gave permission to redevelop The Tudno Castle Hotel including partial demolition work.

However, as work progressed it was found to be in a worse condition than first thought and now a new proposal is being brought before the Conwy County Borough Council's (CCBC) planning committee on Wednesday.

The new plan seeks planning permission to demolition the remainder of the whole building and the recreate the listed façade.

A new Tudno Castle Hotel will then be redevelopment to provide a 63 bedroom hotel, five restaurants and a space for a retail store.

"On balance, officers consider that the demolition of the whole of the remaining building is justified, given the condition of the building and the unviable cost of repairs to the existing building," a report presented to councillors said.

"It has not been possible to deliver the previously proposed facade retention scheme, due to the unstable condition of the facades, the risk of wall collapse and the health and safety risk in carrying out the works.

"The current proposal to replicate the historic facades is considered to be the best proposal to protect the setting and group value of the building within the conservation area."

The planning committee meeting is set to take place at 2pm on Wednesday.