Delyn MP David Hanson, Sandy Mewies AM, Cllr Peter Curtis and Cllr Barry Lambert have all welcomed the ongoing demolition of the former Kwik Save site in Holywell. The move comes after a series of representations from the representatives.
There had been concerns expressed by constituents that the site was subject to vandalism, had asbestos present and was rapidly falling into a state of disrepair. The former Kwik Save site is now owned by Lidl, who recently confirmed the demolition.
David Hanson said:
“I welcome Lidl’s decision to demolish the old Kwik Site. Such premises can be an eyesore and more importantly attract acts of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.”
Sandy Mewies AM said:
“I want to pay tribute to both Barry and Peter who have kept the pressure up. I am pleased to see that action is being taken and I hope the site can be restored for use in the near future.”
Holywell Town Councillor Barry Lambert said:
“The site was unsafe and was falling into a further state of disrepair by the day.”
County Councillor Peter Curtis said:
“I am pleased that Lidl are doing the responsible thing and are at last removing what was believed to be a Health and safety hazard and an eyesore.”