Plans for a £341,000 redevelopment of the site of Worcester’s daily market have been unveiled by the city council.
Angel Place will have better pedestrian access by moving stalls into the middle of the street and trees will be planted along the route.
Work will be done by developers The Crown Estate, which owns the city’s Crowngate shopping complex.
The council said it aimed to make Angel Place a “key gateway to the city” for people arriving at the bus station.
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