The move would leave the Fairfield free for a future shopping development and a decked car park.
The idea appears to mark the end of proposals, first made in the 1970s, for a big retail development at Charles Street – reflecting recent changes in the decline of high street shopping.
West Dorset District Council believes the idea would not only protect the weekly market, seen as a major attraction for the town, but also safeguard other town centre shops and restaurants by keeping market visitors in the town centre.
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