A 10-year regeneration plan for Withernsea has gone on display.
The proposals set out a framework for development and investment projects in the seaside town until 2020.
They were drafted by the South East Holderness Regeneration Partnership, a consortium of public, private and voluntary organisations.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council said the plans could include new beach huts at the seafront and the introduction of a one-way system on Queen Street.
The plans will be on display at the town's Tesco and the Pavilion Leisure Centre from 16 to 20 November.
They will be subject to public consultation before a final document is put together.
It will then go before East Riding of Yorkshire Council.