Council says market revamp was well received
EAST Riding Council says its consultation in October on the planned Saturday Market revamp was well received.
The scheme involves widening the footpaths and making the area easier to use for people in wheelchairs or with pushchairs.
Beverley Civic Society was asked for its views and made suggestions in relation to appropriate street furniture.
The Save Our Setts campaign only really took hold in December.
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The Civic Society learned that English Heritage, while welcoming the scheme, had advised against the removal of the setts.
Because the £2.5m scheme was regarded as "maintenance", that advice was not heeded by the council.
Campaigners say one answer to suit both sides could be retaining the setts but having crossing points on the road for people in wheelchairs.