BUSINESSES that will be left homeless after a shopping centre operator announced it was going into liquidation are being invited to set up shop in a historic North-East market.
Traders and other tenants in InShops centres across the country received letters on Friday telling them they had seven days to vacate their premises before liquidators were appointed.
Liverpool-based InShops, owned by Anglo-French market operator Geraud Markets, told retailers by letter that the company had suffered from increasing losses and was unable to generate sufficient cash to allow it to continue.
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