Market traders in Lynn could find themselves having to pay 50 per cent more for their pitches under proposals to be considered by a committee of councillors.
The plan, which follows the Tuesday market’s move into the Vancouver Quarter, includes a proposal to revive a Friday market, which existing traders would be able to attend for the same rent as they pay for their current pitches.
Council officials insist the rise would reflect the central position the market now occupies, though traders say they would not benefit from a Friday market as they are already committed to trading elsewhere.
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