Bee and Station: Rhyl | Wynne Construction

Bee and Station: Rhyl

  • Client Denbighshire County Council


    Denbighshire County Council

  • Contract Value £1.3m

    Contract Value


  • Architect Denbighshire County Council


    Denbighshire County Council

  • BREEAM Predicted - Excellent


    Predicted - Excellent

Wynne Construction has been awarded the Bee and Station contract by Denbighshire County Council. The project involves the transformation of a derelict Grade II listed pub into 515m2 of new office space. The Bee is in a prominent location opposite the entrance to the town's railway station and is the first building people see when they arrive in Rhyl by train.

The £1.3 million refurbishment was made possible with a Welsh Assembly Government funding package, including contributions from the European Regional Development Fund, and the North Wales Coast Regeneration Area programme. Once the centre of the folk music scene in the town, the pub closed in 2005 and has since then been empty. It was built as a pub in the 1860s and is Listed because it is an excellent example of a late 19th century pub with a high quality decorative tiled frontage to the ground floor which was probably added in the 1890s. The heritage features of the building will be restored with financial assistance from the Heritage Lottery Fund through the Townscape Heritage Initiative for Rhyl.

Community Information

Finance Minister Jane Hutt visits Bee and Station project - news article

pdf docJanuary 2103 Newsletter (PDF file)

pdf docOctober 2012 Newsletter (PDF file)

pdf docAugust 2012 Newsletter (PDF file)

pdf docJuly 2012 Newsletter (PDF file)

Work on site started in March 2012.

Bee and Station is a registered site with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

Building Information

Gross Internal Floor Area 515m2
Existing (Refurbished) Building 375m2
New Build (Extension) 140m2

Estimated Costs

Basic Cost (New Build/Extension) - £1,257.00/m2
Basic Cost (Refurbishment) - £2524.00/m2
Services Cost (M&E) - £550.00/m2

Key Environmental Features

Photo voltaic cell (power generation)
Solar thermal
Surface water attenuation
Rainwater harvesting

Site Impacts

Target CO2 Emissions for Site Activities - 45,000Kg

Actual v Target CO2 Emissions for Site Activities - Diesel

Actual v Target CO2 Emissions for Site Activities - Electricity

Target Water Consumption for Site Activities - 35m3

Actual v Target Water Consumption for Site Activities


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