COUNCILLORS want to increase the use of the recently-refurbished Huddersfield Town Hall.
The building’s heating and ventilation has been improved, the lift replaced and the Kirklees Council chamber upgraded for conference use.
Access for disabled people has also been improved.
Now residents have been invited to a public meeting to discuss how to encourage more people to use the town hall.
The council’s Cabinet member for leisure, Clr Liz Smaje, said: “We want everyone to benefit from the investment we have made.
“People will be able to see some of the work that has been carried out to improve their town hall.
“They will also be able to put forward their ideas about making the best use of the improved facilities.”
Clr Smaje added that further work was planned. She said: “The improvements will continue with refurbishment of some meeting rooms by next spring.
“Improvements to the main hall, reception room and circulation areas is planned for next summer.”
The meeting takes place in the town hall at 6.30pm next Wednesday.