DROP-IN Citizens Advice sessions look set to be offered in Otley again via the town's refurbished library.
The Otley CAB office closed in March, 2018 - effectively ending the local volunteer-led, drop-in service that had been provided there.
Some Citizens Advice services, including Pension Wise, have continued in the town since and been provided at Westgate Surgery. 
Now more are to be made available through the recently revamped Otley Library and Community Hub.
Debt advice sessions will be available on Wednesday mornings once a fortnight, starting from June 26. Although initially appointment-based, Citizens Advice Leeds is also in discussions with the library about introducing a drop-in debt advice service.
MP Alex Sobel (Lab, Leeds North West) has welcomed the news.
The MP joined Leeds City Council's Executive Member for Communities, Councillor Debra Coupar, at the library's official reopening - it has been operational since April - last week.
Speaking afterwards, he said: "It is excellent news that Citizens Advice sessions will be returned to Otley, offering a vital service for the community.
"I was very concerned at the time when the CAB office closed that there would be a lack of vital support services in Otley and it is a great relief that these services will be more than catered for in a central location.
"I am also looking at ways to incorporate my regular surgeries into the community hub's one stop centre, and hope to make some progress on that soon."
The city council spent about £240,000 on making improvements to the library over the winter.
The work involved creating enhanced and enlarging meeting rooms, improving the toilets, making layout changes and installing a better heating system.
Councillor Sandy Lay (Lib Dem, Otley & Yeadon) and his ward councillor colleagues have been impressed with the results.
Cllr Lay said: "Walking into the building it now feels more welcoming, more airy and strangely larger - mainly due to the placing of the new portable bookshelves.
"That encourages users to meander through the property rather than go up one side and come down the other.
"The library also now boasts better facilities, including improved disabled and able bodied toilets, improved meeting rooms with better confidentiality, and improved heating and ventilation - which means we'll have a cooler building in summer and a warmer building in winter.
"Overall, we as ward members are pleased with the renovation and would like to thank the team from Leeds Libraries and Customer Access who worked with us to provide an even better experience for users of the building."