HUDDERSFIELD people are being given the chance to have their say on the future of historic Castle Hill.
Consultants who have prepared a conservation blueprint will listen to their views at a special open day on Saturday.
The first phase of a draft plan includes resurfacing part of the car park, new off-site, lay-by parking, better footpaths, measures to tackle erosion and a footbridge over the access road.
But a debate about the site of the former pub is being put off for the time being.
Castle Hill hit the headlines last week after it was revealed that it was being haunted by sex pests.
The consultation event is from 11am to 4pm at Huddersfield Town Hall.
Clr John Smithson, deputy leader of Kirklees Council, said today: "There has been immense local interest in the Castle Hill project and I am sure that the consultants will have a busy day on Saturday.
"Listening to local people is a very important part of this project in considering the options for the future of this very important site.
"I hope people will take this opportunity to come along and chat with the consultants in a very informal setting and let them - and us - know what they think."
People can also write to the council's Partnerships and Procurement Service at Civic Centre III, Huddersfield or Atkins Heritage, 3200 Century Way, Thorpe Park, Leeds LS15 8ZB.
Comments should be made by Tuesday, February 21.