Chesterfield Market Hall to be given £4m refurbishment

The “centrepiece” of a Derbyshire town is to receive a £4m renovation, officials have announced.

Work will begin in February on Chesterfield’s 154-year-old Market Hall to upgrade internal facilities and restore the listed exterior.

Traders will move to a temporary space in New Square while work is under way.

Much of the work will be paid for with £2.1m of European and Lottery grants.  Chesterfield Borough Council will provide the rest of the funding.

The Market Hall is scheduled to reopen in February 2013.


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