The future improvement and development of Wrexham’s two indoor and outdoor markets could once again be up for debate in the not so distant future.
A topic request form submitted by Steve Bayley, head of housing and economy at Wrexham Council, has requested that the General, Butchers and Monday Market are discussed by members of the employment, business and investment scrutiny committee.
The future regeneration and use of the town’s historic markets have been subject to many many hours of discussion over previous years, with varying degrees of success in terms of actual outcomes.
Just this week a debate took place in Ty Pawb over Wrexham’s future as a modern market town – however several market traders have since told us they were not invited to the (public) meeting.
Back in 2013 Wrexham Council reaffirmed its commitment to the ‘investment and improvement‘ of what was then three indoor markets with the old Peoples Market – with a series of reports since presented to councillors on how such targets can be brought to fruition.
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