Buck Street Market reopens for business
Camden’s Buck Street Market has officially reopened following the easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Its owner LabTech said 80% of Buck Street’s traders are now up and running and will be followed by the scheme’s restaurants on 18 July.
Housed in 88 recycled shopping containers, the market has a range of social distancing and Covid-19 health and safety measures in place including a one-way system, directional wayfinding arrows, floor markers and public hand sanitiser stations.
Maggie Milosavljevic, LabTech’s commercial director, said: “Since reopening Camden Market successfully, and now reopening Buck Street Market we are continuing to build momentum for businesses across Camden, while ensuring all our visitors and staff remain safe and secure.
“This has been an unprecedented time for many businesses, and we are proud to be able to welcome back so many traders and consumers at their own pace. As a leading London landlord, we strive to support unique ventures such as Buck Street Market, which provides a great concept for our eco-conscious community; an area we are all increasingly aware of as a result of lockdown.”
The relaunch of Buck Street Market will be followed by the opening of mixed scheme Hawley Wharf Camden later this year.
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