Leeds City Council wants to make sure that peoples voices are heard as the survey section of the engagement process ends next week.
With well over 2000 responses already received, Leeds City Council is encouraging people across the city to get online and give their views on the future of the market.
People still have the opportunity to go online at www.leedsmarkets.co.uk/strategy or grab a paper questionnaire, which are available across the city in libraries and one stop centres, and also the markets information office.
The closing date for the survey is Friday 8 June, with the end of the engagement process, which includes focus groups and workshops, finishing on Friday 15 June.
The next stage will see Norfolk Property Services (NPS) collating all the information from the consultation, including the many focus groups and workshops that have taken place and feeding this into the feasibility study.
This feasibility study process will last 12 weeks, and a number of updates will be given throughout this time, before the options are presented in September. The options, including the proposed designs, will then be open to feedback.,.
Councillor Gerry Harper, Leeds City Council markets champion said:
“It is really important that we collect as many people’s view as possible, so that the future of the market is based on what the people of our city really want.
“The online survey is quick to fill in and gives you the chance to say what you want for the future of the market, and what if anything you would change. I would urge anyone who has not already completed a form to do so before the 8 June.”
For more information about the consultation visit www.leedsmarkets.co.uk/strategy
For media enquiries, please contact;
Cat Milburn, Leeds City Council press office (0113) 247 4450