Traders want to put the brakes on plans for a car park on Leeds' outdoor market



Traders have slammed proposals to remove some stalls from the outdoor market to make way for a car park.
Leeds City Council has put forward an application to its own planning authority which will see the removal and relocation of some of the stalls to make way for a car park that will have 42 spaces.
Long-standing stalls will be affected by the proposals, which are part of a drive to increase footfall at the Kirkgate Market and make it more accessible.
Shaun Dolan runs a fruit and veg stall that has been trading in his family on the market for 70 years. He said: "We don’t want to move.... read more

 
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