Leader's statement: Wards Corner/MAM
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, said:
“We warmly welcome the move by TfL in their role as the freeholder, to secure the market lease back from MAM and hope this will give the stability traders need to get the market successfully operating again.
“It is unfortunate that the market was not in a position to re-open on June 15. The council had already written to TfL stating the importance of getting the market up and running again at the earliest opportunity. This latest action to remove the market operator is a positive step forward.
“We are hopeful that TfL can now give us a clear direction of when the market will be safe to re-open for the traders and our local community.
“We are happy that Grainger have again reiterated their commitment to adhering to the Section 106 agreement they signed with the Council on the future of the Seven Sisters Market.
“Seven Sisters is the gateway to Tottenham, and securing the long term sustainability of the Latin Village market is an important part of the future of Seven Sisters. We will continue to work with the traders and offer any further support that we can.”
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