May 24, 2012 Norwich Evening News
The first of several plans outlined in Holt’s Vision strategy is set to become a reality after plans to introduce a new weekly market to the town were revealed.
But the proposals have been met with some misgivings as organisers of a well-established indoor market fear the extra stalls could have an impact on their footfall by drawing business away.
A committee made up of town councillors and members of local groups has been tasked with driving forward the improvement projects highlighted in the £30,000 Vision study, and is now pushing ahead with one of the master plan’s recommendations to introduce a weekly market.
A bid has been made to the district council’s Big Society Fund for start up costs to help kick start the market, which will be run in Fish Hill on Fridays. It is initially intended to run for a trial period through July and August.
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