by Natasha Young
A vintage market, café and creative workshop could transform a vacant warehouse in Liverpool’s Ten Streets area if plans are approved.
The proposed venue in the emerging district would also have space outside for occasional street food units and seating.
Liverpool City Council’s planning committee will consider the plans for the Cotton Street site, which was used for engineering works before becoming vacant for several years, during a meeting on Tuesday 9 October.
According to a document to be considered by the committee: “This application seeks permission to use the premises as a vintage market and workshop space for the creation and selling of vintage and upcycled furniture, craft materials.
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