The opening of Sheffield’s new multi-million pound market is set to be delayed – because traders need more time to get their stalls ready, the council says.
Sheffield Council confirmed it had offered a new opening date of November 25, rather than November 18, because ‘traders have requested additional time to get stalls set up’.
But traders say the change came after the council cut from two weeks to one the time they will have to fit-out stalls after The Moor building is completed.
Fruit and veg trader Ian Bingham, vice chair of Castle Market Traders’ Federation, said: “We had a letter saying we’d be in on the 18th and we’d get two weeks.
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