by Lee Peace
The council will spend £900,000 upgrading about 70 stalls on Goose Hill, close to the Doncaster Star office, and those at the side of the corn exchange.
Project leaders are also considering putting a large canvas-style roof over the revamped outdoor market.
Numerous start dates had been earmarked but the council has now confirmed work will begin in April next year.
Bob Johnson, cabinet member for regeneration and growth, tourism, culture, leisure and veteran’s champion, said: “This work will improve the shopping experience and make life better for the stallholders themselves.
“It is a great investment and we hope to increase footfall into an already award-winning market.”
It is estimated the work will take about 12 months to complete.
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