January 24, 2012 Chesterfield Post
After last weeks news that Chesterfield Borough Council had decided to freeze market stall rents for the next financial year, traders on the market say they welcome the decision.
Market traders met with Councillor Nick Stringer, Executive Member for Leisure, Culture and Tourism yesterday (Monday 23rd January) to hear about the Council’s decision.
Cllr Stringer said: “We’ve previously talked to the Markets’ Consultative Committee about how best we manage next year’s budget and the freeze on rents and the offer of a guaranteed one week rent free period every year has been given the full support of the Committee.
“We are also offering a week free rent period this year to support traders during what has been a very difficult trading year.
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