The owner of a Bradford market trading illegally for the past nine months has vowed to appeal a decision by Council planners which could see the business closed down.
Mohammed Saeed set up Tradex Bazaar at the former Shires Bathroom site in Beckside Road in August last year opening four days a week with more than 250 stalls selling predominantly Asian goods.
But the market has been operating without the correct planning permission and markets licence from Bradford Council. Yesterday the authority’s planning panel refused Mr Saeed the change of use to retail that he needed to then apply for a market licence, amid fears that it was affecting city centre trade, particularly at Council markets.
Continue Reading. . . . .
Category: Market News