Hull Trinity Indoor Market consultation gets underway

Published: Wednesday 11th November 2015 by KCFM

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The £3 million pounds plans to transform Hull’s Trinity Indoor Market have taken a step closer.

A consultation into what traders think needs doing to bring in more visitors has started.

Councillor Mary Glew, Chair of the Trinity Indoor Market refurbishment panel: “We are hoping to start work on the market hall refurbishment early next year and we will try to ensure we do not disrupt traders more than necessary.  However, the investment involved will ensure that there are much better facilities, which will be much more attractive to visitors and shoppers, growing trade for stallholders.

“We hope to be in a position to firm up all of the detail on the works and the phasing in the next few months, and today have started to consult stallholders on the details.”

Dennis Thornham runs a fruit and veg stall in the market: “It all looks great. Looking at the plans and they’re looking promising, there’s new entrances, there’s going to be a few more eateries and things like that in here and hopefully it’ll be a nice place to shop.”

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Published: Wednesday 11th November 2015 by KCFM

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