Save Borough Market

Borough market is London’s oldest market. It was established on the
south bank of the Thames when the Romans build the first London Bridge
and people have been trading on this site for over 2000 years. it’s a
beautiful undercover food market and a truly wonderful part of London’s

Some bright spark has decided to expand the railway line running
through the roof of the market, which will also involve knocking down
23 of the beautiful listed and unlisted buildings in the closely
surrounding area.

They already have planning permission, but are waiting funding and
there is a strong local campaign to put a stop to it.

If you know and love the market in its present state, please sign the
petition to prevent this from happening. The plans, photographs and the
petition are on the following

Unfortunately not a lot of people are aware of it so please sign it and
pass it on to anyone else you know who loves this great bit of London

1 Comment so far

  1. RT (unregistered) on January 27th, 2007 @ 9:37 am

    The Plans are really nice though…..

    ooops sorry p/t Architect at your service!!!

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