CONSULTANTS have been employed to review Burnley Council’s market operations.
The external team will review the town’s main market, in Curzon Street, and make recommendations to the council on the future of the operation.
The move comes after the town’s open air market was closed, with stallholders given five weeks’ notice to move into the main market hall next door.
The open market had around 60 stalls but, at the time of closing, only nine were occupied.
Cabinet member for regeneration and economic development Coun Shah Hussain said the review will look at the demand for the market space.
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