By Lisa Hutchinson
Angry street traders say Newcastle Council’s latest plans are a load of old “bollards” and are demanding a re-think over red tape rules.
And a row has erupted with stall holders as they claim new regulations “imprisons” them on the spot.
For five generations Albert Sayers’ family have been selling fruit and veg in the city.
But Albert, and other stall holders, say they are being rooted to their pitch between the hours of 10am and 5.30pm and the traders say it is a health and safety issue gone mad.
The market traders are based on Northumberland Street and electronic bollards, controlled by Newcastle City Council, are causing the problem.
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