Bus users in Chester are being asked for their views about what type of facilities they would like to see in a new bus interchange.
Cheshire West and Chester Council is inviting members of the public to take part in a consultation to help design the new interchange proposed for Gorse Stacks.
Feedback from the consultation will help to shape plans in advance of a formal planning application later this year.
Councillor Lynda Jones, executive member for growth and innovation, said: “We are committed to consulting with the public about the proposals for the new interchange which will provide much improved facilities for bus users in Chester.
“The new interchange will also free up the current bus station site to enable the Northgate Scheme to go ahead, helping to modernise Chester’s retail and cultural heart, create new jobs and secure a more prosperous future.”
Anyone wishing to take part in the current consultation can complete a survey online at www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/consultation
Alternatively, paper copies are available from Chester Library and Council offices at The Forum in Chester, Civic Way in Ellesmere Port and Wyvern House in Winsford.
Consultation responses must be received by 9 October.