MARKET traders are set to be offered up to a 50 per cent discount on rents to tempt them to establish stalls in Burnley.
Several plans have been drawn up to entice more stallholders to the market.
Markets manager Colin Hill said efforts were being made to widen the appeal of the market, which dates back 718 years.
He said: “Burnley Market is offering for prospective tenants a range of lease options ranging from three months up to three years.
“This is effectively to enable newcomers to try before entering into what would normally be longer term leases.
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