15 December 2022
Transport for Wales seeks local residents, business and visitor's advice for Holyhead station 'transport hub' transformation.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is looking to transform Holyhead station into a local transport hub and wants feedback on its proposals. Holyhead residents, business owners or visitors to the station are sought for their views on the alterations.
Options for improving the station cover a range of areas including signage, passenger facilities, active travel, integration between different modes of transport, the look and feel of the station and tackling anti-social behaviour. The options consultation period began on November 10 and runs until December 22, 2022. You can find out about the proposals and complete an online feedback form by visiting: haveyoursay.tfw.wales/holyhead-station.
Paper feedback forms in Welsh or English can be picked up from Holyhead station ticket office (Holyhead station, London Road, Holyhead LL65 2BT) or the Holyhead Market Hall (Holyhead Market Hall, Stanley Street, Holyhead, LL65 1HH).
The scheme is currently at an 'early stage' so there are no detailed plans for any of the proposed options and TfW has not sought or secured funding for the scheme as yet. The options presented are initial ideas only.
TfW added, "Your feedback will help TfW build a case for funding and will help when choosing the preferred option(s) to take forward if funding is allocated. The deadline for feedback is midnight on 22 December 2022."