Bath Chronicle by Liza-Jane Gillespie
A new survey looking at plans to transform the Grand Parade and Guildhall Market has been launched amid fears from some traders.
The pressure group Small Business Focus has launched the survey on its website to gauge views on Bath and North East Somerset Council’s plans to create a new eating quarter at the colonnades and refurbish the market, as well as appoint a market operator.
The survey also canvasses opinion on whether or not the market should be made a tourist destination or if it should remain for the people of Bath.
SBF chairman Angela Ladd said the organisation got involved following a request by some its members concerned about the changes being proposed, especially the idea that traders will be moved into the Guildhall car park while the revamp is carried out.
She said: “What we don’t like is the unwillingness to provide full details.
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