Borough council leaders have announced they are planning to hold talks with Lynn market traders as regeneration work on the regular home for their stalls continues.
Work on the Tuesday Market Place project is due to be completed next month, at which point the market is scheduled to return to its traditional location.
When the £90,000 project began in July, the stalls were moved into the Vancouver quarter while the work was completed.
But, as first reported in the Lynn News on Friday, some stallholders have now said they want to stay in the town centre, while others hope to return to the market square.
And West Norfolk Council officials have now indicated that they are prepared to look at the situation again.
Alistair Beales, the authority’s cabinet member for regeneration, said: “The refurbishment of the Tuesday Market Place is due to be completed towards the end of October and space for the markets has been built into the scheme.
“The movement of the market stalls to the town centre was intended to be a temporary measure whilst the works took place.
“But we are interested to hear the traders’ experience of the recent move and will be meeting with them soon to get their feedback on the past few months and to discuss future arrangements.”