MARKET traders say they are “disappointed” with a new £300million plan to rebuild the city centre for the 21st century.
They say it is “scaled down version” of a more ambitious £1billion redevelopment drawn up by American architects Jerde four years ago which has been radically revised.
They are unhappy the 1958 circular market – now listed by the government for its “historic importance” – will stay put when it was to move to modern new premises.
But traders also welcomed the council’s commitment to give the market more prominence in the new-look city centre alongside a new department store.
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