Traders could be offered compensation when they have to quit Leicester’s 1970s market hall ahead of its demolition.
Earlier this month members of Leicester City Council’s planning committee approved the authority’s own plans to demolish the existing market hall which is to be replaced by a modern pavilion next to the nearby Corn Exchange building.
The cleared area will become a public square.
Now permission is now being sought to build up to eight lock-up units for traders re-locating from the indoor market, a possible extension to Café Bocca, new storage areas and public toilets for shoppers.
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