HUDDERSFIELD Civic Society will hold a consultation with the public during a celebration week.
Members of the group are inviting people to have their say on the look of the town.
They want feedback about what people like and dislike, what changes they want to see and what they think of the architecture.
The consultation will be during Civic Societies Week from June 21 to June 29.
In the meantime, the society’s has been discovering more about retail-led development in a talk at a recent meeting by John Orrell, the founder of DLA Design in Wakefield.
The society has also scrutinised 22 planning applications and decided to object to the demolition of Gledholt Mills to make way for housing.
But they said they would not oppose the planned five-storey car park at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Chairman Michael Hill said: “Although the five-storey car park at HRI will dominate its surroundings, we felt it would not be reasonable to object to this much needed amenity.”
He added that he hoped it would be designed with a pleasing appearance.