See Covent Garden market plans

Published: Thursday 24th February 11

A public exhibition of plans for the future of New Covent Garden Market will take place on March 3-5.

This is the third public exhibition held by the Covent Garden Market Authority (CGMA) to show local people details of its plans for the 57-acre site.

Proposals include new fresh produce and flower markets, homes and shops and a public building and covered space hosting a range of food and flower related activities, plus facilities including a post office, bank and cafes.

This latest exhibition will enable local people to see the updated plans which incorporate comments and suggestions made during previous consultations, including a greater proportion of open space.

There will also be details of CGMA's final pre-application consultation activities before it submits a planning application to the council later this year.

The exhibition will be open on March 3 and March 4 from 4pm to 8pm, and on March 5 from 10am to 5pm. Go to the Yvonne Carr Community Centre, 2 Thessaly Road.

Anyone unable to attend the exhibition can request a leaflet by calling 0800 977 8794 or emailing From March 3 more information will also be available at

The Garden at New Covent Garden is just one of several major schemes that will transform Nine Elms. For details visit


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Recent comments

Is it at the Yvonne Carr community centre?

2 March 2011

Yes, WHERE? Funny to leave that out!
Julia Matcham

25 February 2011

where is the exhibition of the latest Covent Garden Market plans being held?
richard dean

25 February 2011