Thursday October 1, 2020

Newmarket Square developers drop mandatory market space from plans

Newmarket Square was home to a number of pop-up markets until June last year including the Dublin Flea Market and the Brocante

Killian Woods

Business reporter

13th October, 2019
The old Dublin Flea Market

Developers behind a major project in Newmarket Square in Dublin have been asked by the council to clarify why “fundamental” changes are being proposed to the approved plan – including omission of a mandatory indoor market.

Newmarket Square was home to a number of pop-up markets until June last year, including the Dublin Flea Market, the Brocante, Fusion Sundays, Newmarket Collective and the Pure Vintage Fair.

Market operators were told to vacate the...

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