By Simon Malia
Demolition work has started to create space for the relocation of Liverpool’s market on Great Homer Street to a new £2.2m facility on Dryden Street.
This will offer 178 outdoor stalls, some covered by a canopy to provide shelter from the elements.
The new market – being built by Kier Construction – will also see an existing building refurbished, to provide space for 78 indoor stalls, a café area, toilets and an office.
Land the south of the market will be laid out to provide 163 car parking spaces and 61 van parking bays.
The new Dryden Street market, a short distance from the Great Homer Street site, has been designed in partnership with market trader representatives, and is expected to be operational by late June/early July 2014.
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