By Jason Cobb
Lambeth Council is proposing to maintain the management of Brixton Market for the next five years with some key changes being considered.
A consultation has been launched that explores the possibility of an evening market along Brixton Station Road, plus the suggestion of closing the market on a Monday and trading on a Sunday instead.
Small increases in pitch fees for the 117 stalls that currently trade on the site are also mentioned in the consultation document.
The backdrop to the consultation is a struggling market that is currently not keeping up with a changing economy and the shopping habits of some consumers.
The Council has put forward an online consultation to hear the views of residents. It has also published a hefty 59 page document detailing the reasoning behind the questions.
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