The results of the public consultation over the £25,000 redevelopment of Leven Promenade have been revealed.
The consultation was organised by Fife Council and Leven Community Council to involve locals in the decision-making process over the future of the prom.
The eight most popular ideas were, in order: an improved play area; the installation of picnic benches and shelter; improved skate park and lighting; improved access; the construction of a bandstand and outdoor classroom; the creation of cycle lanes; a garden design; and improved signage.
Councillor Ken Caldwell, convener of Levenmouth Area Committee, said: “The close collaboration between Leven Community Council and Fife Council has proved essential to making this a success.
“It has been a strong partnership involving many stakeholders form this great community, and I am delighted to know that people felt that they had a direct say about the future of their Promenade.”
The results follow months of public consultation, with voting events held in Sainsburys and at the Kino Cinema in recent weeks.