Leicester Indoor Market Revamp

Computer images have been released showing what the £7million investment in Leicester's Indoor market could look like.

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Proposals for 700-year-old market investment

An artists impression of how the market place could look Credit: Leicester City Council

Proposals for a £7 million investment in Leicester's 700-year-old market have been announced by City Mayor Peter Soulsby.

Plans include a new building to replace the 1970s indoor market hall and a scheme that would see the 19th century Corn Exchange the focus point of the market again.

Early concept designs of the new £7million proposal Credit: Leicester City Council

The City Mayor said the market "has been at the heart of city life for many generations and I am determined that it should continue to thrive for generations to come".

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£7m investment plan for Leicester Market

Early concept designs of the new £7million proposal Credit: Leicester City Council

Proposals for a £7million investment in Leicester's market are being announced today.

The City Mayor, Peter Soulsby, will reveal the investment plan of the 700-year-old market.

A brand new building to replace the indoor market hall is among the proposals.

The City Mayor, said: "The market has been at the heart of city life for many generations and I am determined that it should continue to thrive for generations to come. It is, however, in urgent need of investment."

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