North West Wales

Llandudno Pier sold to north Wales leisure group for £4.5m

Llandudno Pier
Image caption The present Llandudno Pier was first opened to the public in 1877

Wales' longest pier has been sold to a leisure company for £4.5m.

Llandudno Pier, in Conwy, was bought by entrepreneur Adam Williams's Tir Prince leisure group, which operates a holiday park, show ground and funfair in north Wales.

Property adviser Bilfinger GVA Retail, Hotels and Leisure, completed the sale from Crown Entertainment Centres.

The 1,234ft (375m) pier first opened in 1877 and was voted national Pier of the Year in 2005.

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