A leading tourist attraction boss has vowed to "personally evict" environmental enforcement company Kingdom from his site after issuing fines to visitors.

Zip World owner, Sean Taylor, has been left "outraged" after Kingdom officers, under the orders of Conwy County Borough Council (CCBC), entered the site yesterday, he said without any permission from him and issued six Fixed Penalty Notices (FPN).

Mr Taylor said: "A lot of people are working hard here to create a world class venue.

"When incidents like this occur people feel helpless and said if this is an ongoing thing, they are never going back to North Wales."

He said he was first made aware of the issue when a visitor to the Fforest site in Betws-y-Coed had given feedback saying they'd had a fantastic time but their visit was marred by an FPN.

The visitor was very apologetic but had been handed the FPN before they were able to pick up their litter.

Zip World had it's own cleaners and officers that monitor the site and Mr Taylor said Kingdom coming onto the grounds was unnecessary.

Upon investigation into the incident Mr Taylor said officers had lied about being let onto the site by staff before saying they were allowed on there anyway, despite being private property.

He said: "We are going to give people vouchers as a way of saying sorry because we believe it's the right thing to do."

Mr Taylor said he will be following up with CCBC find out exactly why Kingdom officers came onto the site.

A CCBC spokesperson, on the issue, added: "Littering and dog fouling is unacceptable at any location; it’s not only anti-social but also illegal.

"We are aware of Mr Taylor’s concerns and have offered to meet with him at his convenience to discuss.

"The Council has a duty to help reduce such behaviour and to keep the county as free from litter as possible."