June 4, 2012 Yorkshire Evening Post By David Marsh
More than 2,000 people have had their say over the future of Leeds’ historic Kirkgate Market and the council is keen to hear more views as the public consultation deadline looms.
People have until June 8 to complete a survey that forms part of the first phase of consultation that will help shape how the market looks and operates in future.
Council chiefs launched the survey early last month and its findings will help architectural and design experts Norfolk Property Services draw up five development options.
Phase two of the consultation later this year will give people a chance to comment on the options put forward.
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