The developer of the Wards Corner market has secured money to help market traders on the site.
Grainger, which is planning to develop the site, has been given £284,500 to support local traders in the Seven Sisters market.
The money, from the Mayor of London, will support traders in the Seven Sisters Market who will be affected by Grainger’s Seven Sisters Regeneration Project.
Grainer say the money will be used to temporary relocate the market during the work to ensure it is ‘business as usual’ for traders.
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