In the past people have had trouble with the owner of Point Lynas Lighthouse, including myself, when parking their car.
The road seems to be an ordinary council road so after my "run in" I got in touch with the council for some clarification and here was the reply:
The extent of the public highway to Point Lynas terminates at the roundabout by Llaneilian with a public footpath proceeding along the road towards the light house before turning off and continuing along the coast.
A private landlord may impose parking restrictions on his/her own land as seems to be the case on Point Lynas. Parking enforcement on private land is unregulated without the requirement to involve the local authority. However under the Protection of Freedoms Act which came into force on 1 October 2012, it is unlawful for the landlord to either clamp or remove vehicles. Parking enforcement can only be implemented by means of penalty notices with a requirement for signs to be placed to inform motorists of any possible restrictions.
I trust the above clarifies parking matters on the land around Point Lynas.
Mr A Roberts
Traffic and Transport Section
Highways, Waste and Property Service
Isle of Anglesey County CouncilSo it seems that we don't have the right to park there at all as its a private road
Would be nice if there was a clear sign saying so.
Hope this helps anyone who is thinking of visiting the area.