By Clare Youell
Market traders have hit out at plans to change Chelmsford’s indoor market with at least one stallholder saying they will be forced to leave.
Traders who have been part of the market for decades say the plans are a waste of money, they will affect footfall and will force some people out of business.
According to traders, Chelmsford City Council sent out a letter on January 14 this year informing them of some changes they were carrying out to improve the market.
These include moving some stalls and altering the size of others to create a central walkway through the market and changes to the ceiling to cover up unattractive pipework.
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