A report being presented to Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s cabinet next Thursday recommends starting public consultation on the second phase of a series of multi-million pound improvement schemes in the city centre.
The schemes are part of a plan to refurbish city centre streets over the next few years.
Work on the first phase, which will upgrade Tontine Street and Percy Street, is due to start in the Spring.
The report recommends beginning public consultation on proposals to refurbish Albion Square and Parliament Square.
Councillor Ruth Rosenau, Stoke-On-Trent City Council cabinet member for regeneration, said: “At the next meeting the cabinet is being asked to approve consultation on the next phase of works in the city centre. The improvements in the city centre will create a more visitor friendly atmosphere with new seating, paths, lighting and planting.”