Market traders have insisted they are “going nowhere” despite proposals to knock down a shopping centre in Aberdeen.
The developer behind plans to revamp Aberdeen Market has said although it sympathises with traders’ objections, the building will become “obsolete” if it doesn’t change.
The leaseholder of a city shopping complex under threat of demolition has joined the fight to save it.
Traders in an Aberdeen market today vowed to do all they can to stop it being demolished.
Patrizia, the owner of the former BHS store unit in Union Street, has unveiled proposals to renovate the unit and demolish Aberdeen Indoor Market so it can build nine linked buildings in its place.
An architect behind plans to rip down Aberdeen Indoor Market has claimed a proposed nine-storey tower in the city centre is “above anything the city has seen”.
Plans to transform two major Aberdeen city centre buildings have been revealed.
The consultation event will be held on November 1, from noon until 8pm, at the former BHS site on Union Street.