Gwynedd Council have submitted plans to create a new ‘Park and Share’ Car Park at Parc Bryn Cegin Business Park, Llandygai, on the outskirts of Bangor. The car park would comprise of 187 parking spaces and a single bus stop which will be utilised for a shuttle bus transporting the shift workers to and from the proposed new Nuclear Power Plant at Wylfa on Anglesey.

The car park would include 165 car parking spaces, including 11 with electric car charging facilities, 10 motorcycle parking spaces and 12 disabled car parking spaces and street lighting.

Gwynedd Council have designed a number of Park and Share sites within Gwynedd and Anglesey which are intended to provide a dedicated hub for commuters to share lifts to and from their workplaces and hence reduce the number of vehicles on the local road network and within key employment centres.

In 2015 it was announced that Liberty Properties Developments Ltd had been selected by the Welsh Government to create a 400 job leisure scheme at the site which included a cinema, five restaurants, a family pub and a Welsh produce shop, but the developers have since blamed the economic difficulties of Brexit for delays with the plans.

In December 2017 it was reported that an operator has signed up for a giant cinema complex at the Parc Bryn Cegin, but the developer needed to secure more restaurants to make it happen.165 car parking spaces, including 11 with electric car charging facilities, 10 motorcycle parking spaces and 12 disabled car parking spaces and street lighting.

’Park & Ride’ Car Park Plan for Parc Bryn Cegin