Hawley Wharf could be transformed into the “Borough Market of the north” under alternative plans drafted by residents opposing a developer’s scheme.
Developers have spent three years formulating plans to transform the market off Chalk Farm Road in Camden Town, that are due to be decided on by Camden Council next month.
But exasperated residents say grave concerns over the plans, which they say contain “pastiche” architecture and will overdevelop the land by the Regent’s Canal, have been ignored.
The community has created their own plan to encourage councillors to realise what could be done with the space.
But heritage expert and Primrose Hill resident Peter Darley has characterised the fight ahead as a “David versus Goliath battle”.
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