Consultants working for the project’s appointed developer, Henry Boot Developments Limited, will be canvassing opinions about the scheme over the coming weeks.
At a meeting of Watford Borough Council’s market working group last night, councillors were told they should be able to see the results of the survey by next month.
Yet market traders, who have been promised a new venue for their stalls, were already keen to impress on representatives from the building firm the need for disruption to their businesses to be kept to a minimum.
Michael Rockman said he wanted the move to be from one site to the next without any temporary stopovers.
He said: “It is absolutely imperative for the market to move in one. Whatever goes, it must be in one rather than moving into a temporary building.”
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