June 14, 2012 Camden Council
We want your views on street trading and markets in Camden.
We are responsible for eight street markets in Camden (Chalton Street, Inverness Street, Queen’s Crescent, Leather Lane, Goodge Place, Eton Avenue, Earlham Street and Plender Street) as well as a variety of sites and kiosks.
In recent years our markets have been in decline and we have seen reduced numbers of traders and fewer customers. Some of our most loved and oldest markets are under threat and you can help.
We care about our street traders and markets and want them to be busy, vibrant and successful. A strategy has been developed for the next four years that outlines what we believe should be our priorities and how we can work together to deliver them.
A full copy of the street trading strategy can be found on the We are Camden website.
However, we cannot deliver these improvements without one vital ingredient: you.
Whether you are a trader, customer, resident, local business or other member of the community we are interested in hearing your ideas about how we could improve markets and what you could do to help.
You can find out more about the strategy, how you can get involved and open public meetings at a market near you at We are Camden.
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