March 2, 2012 Somerset Standard
The first stage of consultation for the Frome Market project came to an end last Friday with just over 370 mixed responses.
The consultation was intended to gauge public opinion on the proposed pilot of moving the market to the Market Place rather than its current location in the Market Yard car park.
In total 372 responses have been received from interested parties including traders, businesses and shoppers.
The survey results have revealed that 49 per cent were against the trial, 43 per cent of people were for it, with six per cent unconcerned and three per cent ‘don’t knows’.
The consultation was kicked off by officers from the district council attending Frome Market and talking to the people most likely to be affected.
The survey has also been available on both Mendip District and Frome Town Council websites and at the Council Access Point (CAP) in the town.
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