Kent Online by Julia Collins
And the original article Traders told to quit their market stalls in Margate
Margate market traders who were given just days to close their stalls have won a reprieve.
A total of 12 stall holders received “notices to suspend” the market while planning permission was sought from the council to relocate the market to its former site at the lower end of the High Street.
Margate Town Partnership, which runs the market alongside Hughmark Continental Limited, previously said the market’s location is blocking newly-occupied stores.
Now the traders have been told they can stay put – for now at least, but the future is uncertain with no date for when they might have to leave.
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