Have your say on our local markets strategy
Promoting our town centres
As part of Opportunity Haringey, we are keen to promote and develop our town centres and shopping areas. Markets are one way to add character and diversity to a town centre’s offer as well as to its look and feel.
There are many positives of markets such as:
- cheaper produce/products
- less packaging
- environmental benefits
- more social value by providing space to chat and interact with locals
- small business growth
- adding to the overall appeal and distinctiveness of the town centre
Have your say
We are conducting this research to understand:
- how Haringey residents currently use markets
- if Haringey residents want new or more frequent markets
- what types of markets Haringey residents prefer
The results will enable us to ensure that residents have access to the best and most appropriate local markets.
Thank you for your time and input.
About the survey
We have partnered with The Retail Group to conduct this research. They have created the survey for us and will be analysing the results.
No personal data is collected via the survey - only your postcode and some demographic details, but that information is optional and you can provide it only if you want to. All responses will be confidential and not be shared or published.
Definition of 'market'
A market is a group of at least 5 stalls trading alongside each other, with each stall operated by a different trader.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- household goods
- clothing/fashion accessories
- specialist events (for example, Italian markets and Christmas markets)
Individual street trading stalls are not considered markets.
If you have any questions on the survey, or would like to make any additional comments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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