Residents will soon find out if proposed changes to dog exclusion zones are set to become a reality.

The public have had the past month to have their say in an open consultation on dog exclusion zones, an increase in fines and whether dog owners should be required to carry waste bags.

A council spokesperson said it thanked everyone for their contributions and the responses would now be analysed and the appropriate action taken in time.

The spokesperson said: "We’ll be analysing all the responses received, and a report will go through the democratic process for consideration in due course."

The consultation came as part of the Conwy County Borough Council's (CCBC) review of their Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO).

Aberconwy Assembly Member Janet Finch-Saunders had her say during the consultation, making a submission before the closure date last Friday.

However, in her response she outlined her dissatisfaction with the process, which she believed had been delayed far too long after first being proposed mid-way through last year.

She also said the consultation was not open for long enough, not giving the public enough time to have their say.