Jan 10, 2013 Market News Comments Off on Milton Keynes market ‘will not survive’ development
Traders have told Milton Keynes Council the town’s market “will not survive” if stalls are relocated to make way for a department store.
Owners of shopping centre, thecentre:mk have submitted a planning application to knock down the Secklow Gate bridge and build a new Primark store.
The scheme includes moving the market, currently underneath the bridge.
In a presentation to the full council, market traders said the new site will be smaller and not as visible.
The Grade II listed shopping centre, built in the 1970s, has more than 230 stores.
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