Council say Doncaster's declining markets could be "best in North" after £7.3m boost

Doncaster Council have secured £7.3 million to bring life back into the markets which have been losing footfall.
Doncaster Council have secured £7.3 million to bring life back into the markets which have been losing footfall.
Part of the council’s plans to rejuvenate the markets include renovating two grade II listed buildings, the Corn Exchange and Wool Market, which council officers have said will be the “jewels of the town.”
Designs for the £3 million Wool Market were revealed recently with artists’ impressions of the transformation which is set to open in Spring 2019.
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19 June 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 55
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