A market stall holder claims to have been treated unfairly by council officials.
Skin care specialist Robert Morgan, who runs the Aranais stall in the Guildhall Market with his wife Anna, has been locked in a planning battle with Bath and North East Somerset Council since he took a lease at the market three years ago.
He has taken his complaint to the Local Government Ombudsman and met B&NES cabinet member Ben Stevens.
Mr Morgan moved into the Guildhall Market, which is run by the council, in 2010 and was told he would need listed building consent for any work he wanted to do to his stall. He produced a design but this was rejected by officers, and at a planning appeal, amid objections from English Heritage.
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