Owners of Milton Keynes’ Grade II-listed shopping centre have withdrawn a plan to move the market as part of its proposed £40m extension.
The relocation was part of a plan to demolish Secklow Gate bridge and build a new Primark store at thecentre:mk.
Proposals to knock down the bridge and part of the centre will still go before Milton Keynes Council on Thursday.
Last week, council officers recommended planning permission for the whole project is refused.
Thecentre:mk was built in the 1970s and has more than 230 stores.
It is jointly owned by UK property management companies Hermes Property Asset Management and Prudential Property Investment Managers, who were due to finance the project.
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