HUDDERSFIELD Labour councillors are to set out their stall on Saturday - on the future of the town centre.
They want to find out what local people think about suggestions for re-developing part of the centre.
They will have an information stall on The Piazza, which is in the heart of the area subject to the redevelopment ideas. The councillors will be there to talk to people from 10am.
Kirklees Council's Cabinet recently agreed to bring in specialist consultants to look at the possibility of redeveloping the part of the town centre that takes in the library, piazza shops, market hall and the multi-storey car park.
Clr Mehboob Khan, leader of the Labour group said: "This will be a listening and learning exercise for the councillors.
"It is not a case of the councillors taking a particular stance on this issue, but listening to the views of local people, so we can then feed those views back as part of a contribution to this issue.
"Although Kirklees is a Liberal Democrat-controlled council and Labour is organising this event, this is not being done from a political point of view," added Clr Khan.
"While we are particularly interested in hearing what people think about this specific issue, people can talk to us about any matters that cause them concern in relation to the council and local services."
Councillors available on the day will be Annie Smith, Deryck Hillas, Mollie Walton, Jean Calvert and Susan May, with Louise Baldock and Pat Colling, of Colne Valley Labour Party.
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