April 26, 2012 Grimsby Telegraph
MARKET traders have been left frustrated and feeling their views are being ignored on proposed changes to markets in Louth and Horncastle.
Traders were invited to update meetings on East Lindsey District Council’s improvement plans which will change the district-run markets this June.
The proposals include standard stall sizes, the relaxation of competition rules, rent increases and pre-payment of stalls every month. The council said it will also promote the markets and improve their appearance with new canopies, as reported.
Following this second meeting, traders say they are no clearer about whether their concerns will be addressed.
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