Protests from luxury apartment dwellers over all-weekend trading plan.
OUSTED Stanley Market could be able to open all weekend in a new south docks home as early as the end of this month.
City Council planning officers are recommending the go-ahead for the Liverpool Heritage Market, displaced from Stanley Dock because of redevelopment plans.
And the people behind it are so confident of getting the green light that they are already advertising it on hoardings.
Many of the new Heritage Market stalls will front onto Sefton Street, right opposite Brunswick Station, giving the market a much higher profile.
But the application has generated objections from residents living in luxury apartments near by.
The traders will be a blot on the landscape, says one local resident. Another argues that the market would reconfirm outside perceptions of Liverpool and its people.
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