March 28, 2012 BBC
Traders at a Leicestershire town’s indoor market have accused the council of putting its current venue up for rent behind their backs.
A consultation has started over plans to relocate stall-holders from Market Harborough’s Market Hall to Fox’s Yard to save money.
A property website has listed the venue as available for lease to a major retail chain or shopping centre.
The district council said the advert had only been placed to gauge interest.
John Cleaver, chairman of the town’s branch of the National Market Traders Federation, said: “I’ve wasted all the funds of the market traders fighting our case and we’ve had donations from the public.
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