New plans for the re-design of Burns Square in Dumfries have been unveiled.
Members of the public have been asked to consider several proposals to regenerate the area around the famous Burns staute.
The council have agreed to spend almost one-million-pounds on the project and proposed plans include making the space more pedestrian friendly, by reducing the amount of traffic allowed in the square.
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