Market Hall refurbishment set for Spring completion

Market Hall refurbishment set for Spring completion Market Hall refurbishment set for Spring completion

The redevelopment of the Market Hall is on course for completion in Spring 2021 Cheshire East have announced.

In a press release issued earlier, a set of images shown below of the ongoing work have also been published.

Work began on the Grade II listed building back in June 2019 and will see 22 permanent stalls created along with facilities for pop up stalls and events to be held.

The facelift will also see the toilets, floors and lighting upgraded throughout.

The outside facade will see the large brick archways opened up and glazed along with the brickwork being repaired.

Councillor Nick Mannion, Cheshire East Cabinet member for environment and regeneration, said:

Crewe is a town that’s very much growing and we are committed to its regeneration. The refurbishment of Market Hall will see it transformed in keeping with the building’s rich history and these images show just a glimmer of how the site will look next year.

We are also delighted to have a market operator that shares our vision for revitalising Crewe’s markets and look forward to the role they will play in the town centre’s wider regeneration.

The hall will be operated by Market Asset Management it has been confirmed.

Hayden Ferriby, commercial director at Market Asset Management, said:

Our whole team at Market Asset Management is excited and honoured to be selected to help launch the next era for the Market Hall and markets in Crewe.

We are passionate about restoring markets to the heart of their community, and as a company we believe that markets are more important than ever, supporting small businesses, creating employment and becoming a focal point for local events and entertainment.

Work on the Market Hall continues in accordance with COVID-19 safety measures in place.

You can view full details of the redevelopment in the brochure below.



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