Council secures quarter of a million pounds investment for popular city centre destination.
Leeds City Council has secured a £250,000 contribution from a number of local businesses towards a scheme to improve Greek Street in Leeds city centre.
The popular social spot has been pedestrianised since 2016, and has seen a number of new bars and restaurants open in the last two years.
The investment will allow for the street to be paved partly in granite and a level surface will be created to enable businesses to make better use of the new and improved space. New lighting and greenery is also planned to revamp the current area.
A total of £462,000 is to be spent on the scheme, which will start on site early next year and be complete by early Summer.
The investment forms part of the exciting redevelopments in the city centre over the next few years which have been outlined in the first ever Leeds Our Spaces draft strategy, which is currently out for consultation, view more HERE.