Monday 14 November 2011, Crawley Observer
Stalls could be allowed in two Crawley town centre streets in an attempt to revitalise the area.
Trading consent was agreed by Crawley Borough Council’s licensing committee. The proposal to change the Broad Walk and The Broadway to allow street trading will now go to public consultation.
This could mean shoppers will be able to buy products off street sellers such as craft and food stalls.
A council spokesperson said: “The outcome of the meeting was very positive. Changing the Broad Walk and The Broadway to consent streets should help to offset the impact of empty properties and increase footfall to these areas”.
Concerns have been expressed from local retailers about how many units in The Broadway are vacant.
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