Matthew Jones Architects have recently unveiled exciting plans for the former library building in Llandudno Junction, which was sold recently to a local business couple in auction.
Steve and Cheryl Winmill, who run a renewable business, have submitted plans to convert the redundant building in to a coffee shop. The building, which closed a few years ago, has started to fall in to a state of disrepair and serving no community benefit whatsoever. These new plans will offer the local and wider community a hub to enjoy beverages and light snacks in a modern, up to date environment.
The building, built in the 1960’s, will undergo a full and comprehensive refurbishment to modernise it and bring it up to today’s building regulations standards. It will have full disabled access, WiFi, and crèche area and an external sitting area.
The plans which have just been submitted to Conwy planning department will be considered over the next weeks.
Matthew Jones, Director of MJA comments “this is an exciting opportunity to bring this local building back to life as it offers no visual benefit in its current state of disrepair. Our clients should be commended for investing back in to the community and giving this a building a new sustainable use for the foreseeable future”