The Sentinel by Richard Ault
DILAPIDATED market stalls are to be replaced by 51 new stands.
Newcastle Borough Council has approved plans to replace the existing market stalls in High Street, Newcastle, with the new steel structures.
The authority believes the new stalls will improve the overall look of the market and make it easier for customers to find their way around. However, the proposals have been met by a mixed response from traders.
Darren Taylor, who sells plants and flowers from the market, welcomed the plan to overhaul the site.
The 48-year-old, of Penkhull, said: “It is good news, it’s about time we had some stalls, some of the old ones are in badly in need of repair.
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