Nearly a year after traders were forced to abandon their stalls at a deserted Olympic market some are considering taking legal action to recoup their losses.
Stallholders claim they lost up to £27,000 each when the market in Marshall Road, Leyton, attracted few customers over the course of the Olympic Games.
This is despite their claim that they were told around 40,000 people would pass the market on their way to Olympic events, which encouraged them to pay up to £16,200 to sell their food there.
The council did not include the route on leaflets distributed to visitors, which were then scrapped midway through the Games.
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