A £2.5m scheme to improve the look of Beverley’s historic market place has been announced by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Successive harsh winters have damaged the square’s paving stones and cobbled areas, according to the council.
The work will start next January and should be completed by November 2013.
Councillor Stephen Parnaby said: “Saturday Market is the most heavily used pedestrian area in the East Riding.”
Mr Parnaby, the leader of the council, said the work would bring “long-term benefits” and boost the local economy.
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