‘Huge asset must not be lost’, says town council
With a review to be conducted into the future of Tenby’s Market, along with other Pembrokeshire County Council operated facilities, local councillors have said that it is important that the town does not lose such a huge asset to the community.
A report to the county council’s cabinet recommends a review, with several options to be considered for Tenby, Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwest and Fishguard markets, including possible sale to a commercial market operator; letting of the entire unit to a commercial market operator; letting to a third sector/tenant consortium; retention by the council; reprovision in ‘more appropriate premises; and closure.
The report says the review would involve consultation ‘with a variety of stakeholders and will seek to establish whether sustainable business solutions can be developed for markets in the county’.
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