Decision due on Smithfield Market's future
A public inquiry ends this week into plans to redevelop a large section of Smithfield Market in Farringdon.
Some of the Victorian buildings have stood derelict for 30 years and a brand-new public piazza with restaurants and cafes is planned.
But campaigners say the inclusion of multistorey office blocks will destroy the market's heritage. A decision will be made in the Spring.
BBC London's Marc Ashdown spoke to Geoff Harris, of developers Henderson Global, and Clem Cecil, of Save Britain's Heritage.
25 Feb 2014