December 3 2011, BBC MANCHESTER
The £1.2m redevelopment of a Greater Manchester market will begin in January 2012 following the completion of a public consultation.
The revamp of Hyde Market will see the creation of a civic space for events and a change in the layout of stalls to improve access.
Tameside Council’s David Sweeton said the plans would give the market “a fresh look”.
Market trader Lesley Parsonage said the designs looked “very swish”.
The consultation on the plans began in May and the redevelopment has been welcomed by many of the town’s residents.
The redesign will use high quality materials and see the removal of street clutter from the area.
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