PEOPLE with learning disabilities and their carers are being asked to give views on plans for Highfields Resource Centre.
They can give feedback on developments at the centre at meetings at Swallow Court in Huddersfield.
The feedback sessions will be on Friday March 20 between 10am and noon and from 2 to 4pm.
Building work started at Highfields in September and the new centre is expected to be up and running by the end of this summer.
The site is the former Highfields Special School.
People currently using Swallow Court and Lindley Special Unit will be able to make use of the new resource as soon as it opens.
Highfields will offer a wide range of day opportunities and other activities for adults who need social care support.
They include crafts sessions and gardening. Greenhouses are included in the project.
It will be in a high-quality building which is fully accessible both indoors and outdoors for people with learning disabilities.
The people who use the service, plus their families and carers, have all been involved in the project and have put forward their views and comments on the developments.
The events on March 20 will enable them to catch up on the progress of the scheme and ask questions.