The proposed £3.5million revamp of the Cornhill in the heart of Ipswich has been given a decisive thumbs-down by those who work and shop at the town’s market.
The proposed scheme was welcomed by politicians from all sides, business leaders, and university chiefs when it was unveiled earlier this week.
It would involve the creation of a flat area between the Town Hall, old Post Office, and Princes Street/Westgate Street shops.
Architects Hall McKnight said this area would be flexible, and some of their sketches showed provision for the market.
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