Rhyl Regeneration

Rhyl is changing. Be part of its future.

Business Wales Town Centre Entrepreneurship Fund (external website)

The Welsh Government has launched the Town Centre Entrepreneurship Fund as a pilot programme to provide financial assistance for entrepreneurs and businesses who are looking to start and grow a business in one of four town centres across North Wales - Bangor, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl and Wrexham.

This fund will be available as a discretionary grant of between £2,500 - £10,000 per business to support with the revenue costs associated with starting up in or relocating to a town centre.

Services and information

Rhyl Town Centre Vision

A collaboration between people with a deep interest in creating a better future for Rhyl.

8 big ideas

8 big ideas for the regeneration of Rhyl Town Centre.

Completed projects

Completed Rhyl regeneration projects.

Queen's buildings

The Queen's Market buildings and former Savoy Hotel site have been identified as a key catalyst project in the regeneration of Rhyl town centre.

Queen's buildings: Latest updates

The latest updates about the Queen's buildings, Rhyl.

Former Costigans building

A new co-working space for new enterprises at the former Costigans building.

Contemporary Living and Independent Retail Pilot

New retail spaces and contemporary apartments on Rhyl High Street.

Greening Rhyl

The Green Infrastructure project will focus on developing and improving Green spaces in and around Rhyl Town Centre.

Edward Henry Street

This scheme is located in the heart of Rhyl and will meet the needs of families in the local area.

Victorian Post Office building

New retail and office spaces for Rhyl's Victorian Post Office building.

School improvements

Rhyl High School and Christ the Word.

Related projects

East Rhyl Coastal Defence