Conygar Investment Company has obtained a resolution to grant planning permission for its development at Llandudno Junction.
Planning committee members at Conwy County Council voted at a meeting on 10 February to grant outline permission for a new superstore and restaurant development, including the demolition of the existing structures and preparatory earthworks for the site, a retail superstore, a petrol filling station, four new restaurant units, a new access road from the A55, landscaping and infrastructure works.
The permission will be formally granted upon the signing of a section 106 agreement, the principles of which have already been agreed with the council.
Robert Ware, chief executive of Conygar, said: “We are pleased that our planning application for the proposed retail and leisure development at Llandudno Junction has been approved by the planning committee.
“We look forward, in partnership with Conwy County Council, to progressing this exciting development with the benefits it will bring in terms of employment and economic regeneration to Llandudno Junction and the county.”