Saturday 22 October 2011 The Lancaster Guardian
Town hall chiefs have been ordered by a judge to make clear their plans for the future of Lancaster Market.
Traders seeking new four year leases have taken Lancaster City Council to court under the Landlord and Tenant Act.
At Lancaster County Court yesterday, Wednesday, Judge Forrester gave the council a deadline of December 12 to tell the market traders its “firm proposals” for the future of the market, which lost £576,000 last year.
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