Legal action is being considered by Bradford Council against two unlicensed markets in the city which it believes are breaching rules designed to protect the authority’s existing markets from rival traders.
Within six months two private markets sprang up in less than a two mile radius of long-standing Council markets, such as the Oastler Shopping Centre and Kirkgate Market.
The first, which opened last August, is the Tradex Market at the former Shires Bathroom site, Beckside Road, and the second, which opened in February this year, is the Marlboro Market at the former Marlboro Cinema, Carlisle Road.
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Bradford Council has vowed to take legal action against unlicensed markets operating in the district after a petition from stallholders at long-standing Council markets who fear their trade is being eroded.
The authority’s regulatory and appeals panel heard yesterday about two private markets within a two-mile radius of the Oastler Shopping Centre and Kirkgate Market.
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