Multi-million pound plans transforming Dudley’s historic market place were today heralded as a major milestone for the town’s long-awaited regeneration.
Five schemes, all linked to rejuvenating the market place, were approved at a meeting last night.
It comes hot on the heels of other projects to revamp Castle Hill, restore heritage buildings and tempt a major supermarket to open in the town. Today regeneration chief, Councillor Judy Foster, thanked market traders for helping shape the plan as they stand at the moment.
Today regeneration chief, Councillor Judy Foster, thanked market traders for helping shape the plans as they stand at the moment.
She said: “The market place is the centre piece of the town and is a focal point for many people.
“It is important that the market looks good and attracts not only new customers but also new business.”
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