RESIDENTS can give their views on plans to improve coastal defences and the promenade in Penrhyn Bay.

Conwy County Borough Council proposals include an offshore T-shaped breakwater, importing 55,000 mᶾ of small-sized shingle near the seawall, a new accessible beach ramp and nearby parking, stepped beach access and cycle accessibility.

Greg Robbins, cabinet member for environment and transportation, said: “There is a growing threat to the ageing seawall at Penrhyn Bay from storms and coastal flooding. At the same time, there’s an opportunity to improve the promenade for residents and visitors. We’re encouraging local residents to look at the plans and give us their comments.”

View and respond to the plans here or at Penrhyn Bay library by appointment before the deadline on Thursday, November 11.