May 27, 2012 BBC
Lancaster market traders are to receive compensation from Lancaster City Council for closing the indoor market.
The council voted to close the market in November as part of efforts to reduce annual losses on the lease.
Peter Corke, from the Lancaster Market Traders’ Association, said traders were “very relieved” at the news.
The councillor in charge of markets, Jon Barry, said the compensation deal was “incredibly important for traders after years of uncertainty”
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