MARKET traders in Woking will have to meet a set list of requirements if they are to take up a pitch in the new market.
Detailed criteria is being drawn up by Woking Borough Council that current traders and prospective new ones will have to meet in order to be given a site.
Officers want to ensure the right “diversity and vibrancy” is achieved in the new market and will apply the criteria to anyone applying to become a stallholder.
In December, the £4.7m relocation of the market to Peacock Walk was given the thumbs up and a few months later planning permission was approved.
The current market at the end of Commercial Way will be bulldozed soon to make way for the £150m redevelopment of the area centred around a new Marks & Spencer store.
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