A car park at a Leeds beauty spot could be given a face-lift to help improve accessibility for disabled visitors.
The Friends of Chevin Park are looking for £2,500 from Leeds City Council’s area committee to help rebuild dry stone walls, resurface the car park and create three disabled parking bays.
The scheme at Chevin Forest Car Park, which will cost almost £33,000 in total, will help to make improvements to wheelchair accessible paths.
Councillor Ryk Downes (Lib Dem, Otley and Yeadon) said: “Friends of Chevin Park have worked hard with our Parks & Countryside Department to get this project off the ground.
“Funding has been sought from a variety of different sources to ensure that this refurbishment work can advance.
“I hope that the area committee will give their approval to this funding application at the meeting on Monday.”
Councillor Sandy Lay (Lib Dem Otley & Yeadon) added: “This is a very popular and well used car park. It will make the car park easier for everyone to use and will hopefully help attract even more people to enjoy the outdoors at Otley Chevin.”