People are being asked for their opinions on the future of Kirkgate Market in Leeds.
A review has been carried out into how the council should spend money to improve the market.
Twelve areas have been identified:
- Fixing the basics
- Replacing the roof of 1976 and1981 halls
- Heating and cooling
- Finding your way around
- Creating zones
- Creating a heart
- Creating a new route through the market
- Improving the look and feel of the market
- Reducing the size
- Improving George Street
- Improving public external spaces
Each element could either be carried independently or in a number of phases, depending on how much money is available and what the priorities are agreed to be after the feedback process is completed.
Leeds City Council now want people to let them know what they think the most important issues are for the market.
There are a number of ways people can feed back to the council, including visiting the Leeds Market website here and filling in a form at the stall or picking up a form from a one stop centre or library across the city centre.