Llandudno hoteliers welcome Conwy's UPVC compromise
Hoteliers in Llandudno have welcomed news that they will not have to rip out UPVC windows fitted up to 30 years ago.
Plastic-framed windows are not allowed in many areas of the resort, to protect its historic Victorian character.
Earlier this year, Conwy County Borough Council wrote to hotel owners which had UPVC windows, warning them enforcement action could be taken.
The council has confirmed windows which have been in place for a long time will not have to be removed immediately.
BBC Wales Today's Matthew Richards reports.