A Council decision to allow a bazaar of 74 stalls to operate inside a former Morrisons’ store in Bradford has met with opposition from nearby residents and ward councillors.
The unnamed developers have been given permission for a market licence to run what is thought to be an Asian fashion and fancy goods market for a trial six months in Idle Road, Bolton Junction.
As permission exists for a retail business there was no need for fresh planning permission to be granted but people in the area are protesting at the prospect of the bazaar with so many stalls and only 37 parking spaces on the site.
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