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New street market on the cards for Fordingbridge


Page 10 From local pub to retail hub The current market in Coalville (Photo: NWLDC)


A former pub in a North West Leicestershire town is being given a new lease of life as work continues to transform it into a brand new indoor market. On c e t h e wo r k i s


completed, the former Litten Tree pub in Coalville’s Marlborough Square will provide a home for stalls from the original market hall, as well as new traders and start-up businesses. Along with the indoor


market, regular outdoor markets will be held just outside the old pub, and once the renovation of the square is complete there will be an opportunity for events both inside and out. Local media reports that


North West Leicestershire District Council (NWLDC) cont r ibuted £600,000 towards the purchase and renovation of the building, and it has appointed the firm of DarntonB3 Architecture to bring together detailed designs for the scheme. The company will work with


initial concepts to create a modern market with space for a variety of stalls and food outlets. Design work is expected to


take place over the coming weeks, with work on the market starting in October and due to complete in early 2020. N e w m a r k e t , 7 - 8


Marlborough Square will then open its doors to the public,


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A digital image showing the outdoor market in the middle and the indoor market (minus roof) on the left (Image: NWLDC)


with new traders joining existing stall owners who will move from the current market hall next to the town’s Belvoir Shopping Centre. Coalville Market will stay


open at its current site until the new market is completed and ready for launch. Concept imagery has been


installed on the windows at the new market site, showing market stalls and street food style vendors, and businesses are being encouraged to register their interest with the council if they would like to trade in Newmarket. The name itself refers to the historic name for the square, which was used as a market during the initial development of the town, and was called ‘New Market’ up to the late 1890s before it was changed to Marlborough Square. Steve Duckworth, Chair of Coalville Heritage Society,


explained: “The New Market was both the public and live stock market until the market relocated to the Red House, Market Street and Mantle Lane area in the 1890s. “There were important


buildings around the New Market such as the Public Hall (today part of the Emporium) and major hardware business Coleman and Sons, which was on the site of the Lloyds Bank. “We don’ t cur rent ly


know why the old market place became known as ‘Marlborough Square’ and we’d be very interested to hear from anyone who does know why.” As part of its work with


NWLDC to bring heritage to the streets, the Coalville Heritage Society has provided several historic images of the square through the ages, which are on display in the windows of the new market for the


duration of the building work. Newmarket forms part of


NWLDC’s plans to regenerate Coalville, and a wider scheme to transform Marlborough Square, creating an outdoor market and events space to complement the new indoor market. Co u n c i l l o r A n d r ew


Woodman, Portfolio Holder for Community Services at NWLDC, said: “The move from its current location to the centre of town will be excellent for the market, and we’re pleased to have a large number of traders already taking up spaces in the new venue. “Our architects will now


take the concept for a fresh, modern and attractive market and draw up detailed designs that will be used to create the ambitious space we want for the town. “New and existing market stalls will mix with interesting


food vendors to create a real destination within the heart of the town centre.” Michael Cooper, Senior


Associate Architect at DarntonB3 Architecture, said: “We are very pleased to be appointed to assist NWLDC in developing the scheme, which will benefit Coalville, in bringing the old Litten Tree public house building back into use and forming a key part of the Marlborough Square development that will follow.”


Clear plan for market revival in Ashbourne


Page 19 Chester project


still on course says council


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