The economic and social value of London’s most ethnically diverse street market
Guy Rubin, Nina Jatana, Ruth Potts
21 May 2006
Queens Market is one of the most vibrant and diverse shopping venues in London. This report present an analysis of the social and economic benefits which the market generates, while also outlining the threat from regeneration policy which is biased towards supermarkets.
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