People have until Friday to have their say on ambitious plans for a new University of Cumbria campus in Carlisle.
As part of the Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal, £50 million of funding has been allocated for the second phase to bring new purpose to the historic Citadels and adjacent site.
Plans are now progressing to transform the Citadels buildings and the adjacent site to become a new home for the University of Cumbria.
The project is being developed jointly by Cumbria County Council, Carlisle City Council and the University of Cumbria working with Cumbria LEP as a key partner.
They say improving the site can, potentially, be transformative to the character and status of Carlisle and also the wider Borderlands area.
Cumbria County Council said feedback gathered from the first public consultation earlier this year showed overwhelming support for the proposals.
The second public consultation incorporates into the proposals the feedback received to date and seeks public opinion on the design principles and vision for the site.
Phase one relates to the proposed £15m investment to improve Carlisle Railway Station and further consultation will be undertaken early in the new year.
To view the proposals and have your say online, click here