Hammersmith & Fulham Council has successfully secured £1.25m of funding to help make Fulham’s North End Road a more thriving, sustainable and welcoming high street and market.
The North End Road is one of West London’s significant thoroughfares. Time Out describe it as follows : “Stretching from Kensington Olympia in the north to Fulham Broadway in the south, North End Road might run through the middle of posh west London but it’s a beguiling place nonetheless. Bookies, boozers and chicken shops sit side-by-side with vegan cafés, outrageous gay bars and contemporary art galleries. And North End Road Market is one of London’s busiest – the kind of place where you can buy a phone charger, a toothbrush, some cheap sunglasses and a bowl of 12 wonky carrots.”
“We’re delighted to have secured this further funding for North End Road,” said Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for the Economy.
“In light of Covid, we’re now confirming with residents, traders and businesses our next steps to make our historic high street a place for generations to enjoy and benefit from for many years to come.”
Hammersmith & Fulham Council has secured the £1.25m of funding from the Mayor of London’s Business Low Emissions Neighbourhood (BLEN) scheme and Good Growth Fund (GGF).
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