FINAL plans are being made for a public meeting over the future of Huddersfield's impressive public library building.
The Examiner is to host the meeting, which will be in the Junior Library at 7pm next Tuesday.
It is hoped the meeting will provide useful information for the big consultation project launched by Kirklees Council.
The council is considering sweeping development plans for the town centre, which include the 1930s library and art gallery building.
Experts have said repairs costing at least £5m are vital if the building is to stay in use.
But they are also looking at far-reaching plans which could see the demolition of the building - along with Queensgate Market Hall, the adjoining multi-storey car park and The Piazza.
A team of consultants is drawing up options for the building.
Tuesday's meeting will be chaired by Examiner editor Roy Wright.
He said: "We hope a number of people, who have expressed strong views about the various proposals, will come along to have their say.
"We hope it will be an interesting, lively and informative debate which could help determine what happens to one of Huddersfield's landmark buildings."
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