Get involved in the consultation on plans for proposed new 3-16 Catholic school in Rhyl

Pupils, parents and residents will get their first chance to review the plans for the proposed new 3-16 Catholic School in Rhyl as the pre-planning consultation is set to begin on new 3-16 Catholic school in Rhyl.

Denbighshire County Council and the Diocese of Wrexham is asking for views on the draft proposal for a new 3-16 years catholic school in Rhyl.

The draft proposal is to build a new 3-16 school building to replace Ysgol Mair/ St. Mary’s primary Catholic school and Blessed Edward Jones Catholic high school.

The proposed new school would be an English medium school for 420 full time pupils aged 3-11 years old and 500 pupils aged 11-16. This project is planned to be jointly funded by Denbighshire County Council and Welsh Government through the 21st Century Schools and Education Programme.

Copies of the consultation documents are available on the website:

You may also view hard copies of all documents at Rhyl Library.  A number of drawings and the Design and Access statement will be available at Ysgol Mair/ St. Marys Catholic Primary school, Blessed Edward Jones Catholic High school and St. Marys Catholic church, 119 Wellington Road, Rhyl.

People can have your say on this pre-planning consultation by attending the pre-planning consultation events at:

Blessed Edward Jones on Tuesday 7th November- 5-7pm

Ysgol Mair on Thursday 9th November- 3-6pm

Members of the design team will be present on the day to provide attendees with the opportunity to ask any questions about the plans and make any comments on the proposal before it is put forward for planning permission.  Anyone can attend the events.

People can also e-mail: or write to – FAO: Denbighshire, AHR Architects Limited, Parsonage Chambers, 3 The Parsonage, Manchester, M3 2HW.


The closing date for this pre-planning consultation is 25th November 2017. 

Posted on Tuesday 24th October 2017