North Lincolnshire Council is in the process of making a change in Brigg town centre relating to the general Saturday and Thursday markets and the monthly farmers' market.
Brigg was granted its charter early in the 13th century and the market has seen many changes in its time.
The stalls are currently stored in a building on Cary Lane when not in use - pictured.
Planning permission to demolish this was given many months ago but not acted upon.
Brigg Blog has now sought an update and been told by a council spokesman that a new storage unit behind the Angel building is now in use and the one on Cary Lane "all but moved out of."
He added: "Property services will then look at when they can proceed with demolition."
It is unusual for a building within the conservation area to be removed. But a council report at the time planning approval was sought suggested that the building had no merit. Nor can we recall any opposition to demolition.
Perhaps it will be worth recycling some of the bricks. There's a strong demand for them in restoration projects.
This happened when former farm buildins at Brigg Rec - being used for storage by the council - were taken down not that many years ago.