Chingford Mount Market Click to get info
North Chingford Market Click to get info
Waltham Forest Vegans Market Click to get info
The Waltham Forest Vegans Market is held in Walthamstow Town Centre on certain Sundays during the year, details are on the Waltham Forest Vegans Market Facebook page.
The event will feature a selection of traders, vegan information and charity stalls, music and entertainment for children at the St James Street end of Walthamstow High Street at the heart of Waltham Forest.
This market is a not-for-profit project which has grown from the vibrant and active Waltham Forest Vegans community and all are welcome!
Walthamstow Farmers Market Click to get info
The Walthamstow Farmers Market takes place every Sunday on Walthamstow High Street, next to the Town Square and the Mall, between 10am and 2pm.
Items including fresh bread, free range eggs, organic vegetables, cheese, poultry, succulent cooked sausages and plants are all on sale. This market is run by London Farmers’ Markets, for further information or to apply to trade on this market see London Farmers’ Market website.
Walthamstow Market Click to get info
Walthamstow Town Square Click to get info
The Town Centre is a licensed public entertainments facility and therefore subject to conditions imposed on the licence and the bylaws of the Council. The venue is designated primarily for the purpose of presenting entertainments that enhance the experience of shopping in Walthamstow.
The protocol contains information on how groups can obtain the permission of the Council to use stalls, tables or banners in Walthamstow Town Square in accordance with the Parks and Open Spaces general byelaws.
It is important that you read and understand the protocol, in conjunction with the byelaws, before making an application. See Town Square protocol (21KB PDF file)
Forecourt trading Click to get info
A street trading licence may also be required if you are trading on a forecourt of a shop premises or wish to place tables and chairs on the highway outside your premises.
To apply please contact the Street Trading team for an application form.
A licence may not be granted when adverse comments are received from the consulted parties.
A licence will not be granted where there is a risk to road safety or possibility of a nuisance being created.
The Council may revoke a street trading licence after it has been granted. This may be for a variety of reasons such as: non compliance with conditions, non payment or because other agencies such as highways department require access to the trading location. You will be given at least 10 days notice if your consent is revoked.
Will tacit consent apply? Click to get info
No. It is in the public interest that Waltham Forest Council must process your application before it can be granted. If you have not heard from us within 20 working days contact us online if you applied via the UK welcome business website or use the contact details below.