Members of the public are being urged to share their views about the redevelopment of a main Aberdeen thoroughfare to help shape future council policy.
Aberdeen City Council will open an online survey on Monday, asking for feedback regarding the £3.2 million revamp of Broad Street.
The project turned the road into a “pedestrian-oriented” space, banning all traffic apart from timetabled buses and cyclists.
It was designed to make it easier to stage events throughout the year and had a “dancing” fountain installed – which was switched on for the first time this year yesterday.
City centre masterplan spokeswoman, councillor Marie Boulton, said: “We’d encourage everyone to take part in the survey so we can gather as many views as possible.”
The survey will be available at consultation.aberdeencity.gov.uk from Monday.