York & North Yorkshire

Newgate Market revamp plans go on display

Plans to spruce up a North Yorkshire market have gone on public display.

The City of York Council is spending £1.5m on its revamp of Newgate Market to improve conditions for shoppers and traders.

The designs are on display at a stall this weekend as part of the city's Residents Festival and the public is urged to share its thoughts.

The proposals include looking at changing the layout and improving the appearance of the stalls.

Newgate Market has about 100 stalls in the city centre and has traded from its present site for about 50 years.

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