MORE than 20 tenants of units next to Sneinton Market are being evicted to make way for a new creative area.
Notices were handed out to traders over the course of the last week and Nottingham City Council says it will help them find alternative places.
The authority wants to turn the old wholesale market into a home for creative businesses and workshops and was successful in getting £2.4 million of European money to make the vision a reality.
But one trader said that he felt let down by the council. The trader, who did not wish to be identified, said: “It’s cruel – we thought we were going to be part of the future of Sneinton, but it seems we will be part of the past.
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