The 50 proposals include topics across creating more space, ease of movement, attracting new customers safety, sustainability, events, travel and new enterprises. The council said the feedback given will input into its Markets Plan 2021-26.
Covering both council-owned and independent markets, the proposals were created following consultation with traders, residents of the borough, and local businesses earlier in the year.
Cllr Catherine Faulks, lead member for economy, employment and innovation, said: “It’s so important to us to hear from those who work, live and visit markets in Kensington and Chelsea, so that we can make sure they work for everyone. We hope to maintain what makes our markets so special and incorporate innovative new ways of operating.
“Markets are a really valuable asset to our borough, contributing to our local economy and communities, and that’s why we want to make sure they can continue to thrive in the future through our Markets Plan.”
To take part visit https://consult.rbkc.gov.uk/communities/markets-plan/ by Friday, September 17.
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