East Riding of Yorkshire Council is currently engaging with consumers and retailers to work towards making our high streets safer in the run up to winter.
The consultations will lead to works that improve customer confidence and encourage them back to the high street, especially during Christmas 2020.
The council has already worked on the initial signage stages of making town centres COVID-safe, and operations works have been delivered identifying the challenges in each area, to make our towns a place where people can live, work, shop, play, invest and visit with confidence.
Businesses have been open for a short time since the easing of lockdown restrictions, and the council is consulting across the East Riding to identify what other steps could be taken in each area.
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