Market traders in Northampton are being offered reduced rents until 2014 to help them beat the economic times downturn that continues to challenge business.
Northampton Borough Council today said it was responding to a call for more support for traders from the independent Market Advisory Group, set up earlier this year to look at improving the vitality and viability of the town’s historic market.
From November until 2014 rents for permanent traders will be reduced by 25 per cent, which will cut rents on a Saturday from £25 to £19 and typical weekday rents from £10 to £7.50 a day.
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