STREET markets could be opening in Swindon as early as September if proposals get the green light from a licensing team this week.
Swindon Council’s licensing committee, on Thursday, is set to agree a strategy which will decide the type of stalls that should be given priority. Once a policy is settled, traders can start applying for licences.
Under the plans, stalls benefiting the local economy, connecting with businesses, selling local produce, offering a diverse range of products, employing residents and selling craft items, should be granted a licence.
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