Plans for a multi-million pound revamp of Leeds Kirkgate Market reach a major milestone today.
A report will be published recommending that council officials sign off the design and cost proposals for the £12.3 million project.
It will seek approval for £10.8 million to be spent on improvements to the structure and layout of the historic market.
If approved by the council’s executive board next week, the report will pave the way for a planning application and listed building consent.
Coun Richard Lewis, executive member for development and economy, said: “We’re proposing a major investment in an iconic listed building with significant local importance attached to it, so it’s vital that we get this right.
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