CREWE Market Shopping Centre manager Glenn Davies has asked Cheshire East how it plans to tackle the problems caused by the ‘segregation’ of the town’s market.
The row over the siting of the market has rumbled on for years – with both retailers and market traders at odds with each other on what best serves the interests of traders and the town.
At present the market is split – with some stalls in the town centre, some in the market hall and others in the undercover market off the recently refurbished Lyceum Square.
At the recent meeting of the Crewe Town Centre Retailer Forum, Clive Copeman, of Vision Express, said his store had benefited from having the market traders in the town centre rather than on Lyceum Square.
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