DETAILS of the plans which could bring massive changes to Queensgate Market Hall were outlined last night.
Market tenants were joined by architects and members of the public at a meeting at the University of Huddersfield.
“Queensgate Revival – Threat or solution?” was hosted by the Market Hall Tenants’ Association and pressure group Huddersfield Gem.
Granville Pearson, who chairs the tenants’ group, said: “The current market hall needs development to keep it going as a modern shopping environment.
“We are concerned that what is being proposed is going to make matters worse.”
Kirklees Council wants to regenerate a large slice of Huddersfield, including the market hall, in a £200m project which could see traders moved to a smaller, first floor location.
Full details have not yet been produced.
The meeting was chaired by Examiner editor Roy Wright.