Denbighshire Council set to tackle 'eyesore list'
A top 20 of "eyesore" sites has been drawn up in Denbighshire by officials trying to tidy them up.
The list includes 10 properties in Rhyl, though one of them - one of the oldest houses in the town in Pendyffryn Road - is already being redeveloped.
Among the sites are the former Gwasg Gee printing works in Denbigh, a listed building which at one stage was hoped to be converted into a printing museum.
Others include old pubs, a scout hut and a former bus shelter.
Here are some of the eyesore sites, and where they appear on the list:
In a report to county councillors Steve Parker, the head of highways and environmental services, said: "At each of these sites the council's planning and public protection department are actively pursuing the owners and/ or using statutory powers in order to remove the or deal with the individual eyesore issues."