Monthly Archives: August 2014


CGTA Reaches 1000 Signatures

Thank you to everybody who has signed our online petition form .We have reached 1000 signatures but still need more if we stand a change to delay this application . Please do share this page on facebook , twitter and any other form of social media and show your support your community .   Thank [...]

By |August 30th, 2014|Uncategorized|

EGM Minutes 12th August 2014

CGTA EGM held at 07.20 on 12th August 2014 in the Fruit & Vegetable Conference Room New Covent Garden Market, London SW8   Note during CGMA attendance   In attendance: Pam Alexander, CGMA Chair            (PA)                 Jan Lloyd, CGMA CEO (JL) Bill Edgerley, CGMA Board member (BE)    Nigel Jenney, CGMA Board member (NJ) Bob Marlow, CGMA [...]

By |August 27th, 2014|Uncategorized|

10 reasons why the CGTA does not support the redevelopment and decant plans

10 reasons why the CGTA does not support the redevelopment and decant plans that are being exhibited by the CGMA. 1. It is our belief that the decant and rebuild process will not work for the tenants and customers of this market. 2. The landlord has been actively encouraging certain tenants in the flower market [...]

By |August 20th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Let your voice be heard

Many people including local residents , business owners and transport companies do not yet fully know what is going on when it comes to the new market . For those of you who want to object to the plans , You can do so right here at the Wandsworth Borough Council website. Object to the [...]

By |August 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|

EGM Meeting Tuesday

After the very important meeting on tuesday 12th August the tenants had realised that Jan Lloyd has been making countless errors .The questions directed at Jan Lloyd exposed a lack of understanding and gave the chairman nowhere to hide. Almost everybody who came to the meeting voted unanimously in vote of no confidence . We all felt [...]

By |August 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Redevelopment Plans

What the New Covent Garden Website says… “The redevelopment releases 20 acres of surplus land which will be transformed into a high quality residential neighbourhood comprising approximately 3,000 new homes, 135,000 sq ft of new office space and 100,000 sq ft of retail, leisure and new community facilities, including shops, cafes and restaurants. This will [...]

By |August 18th, 2014|Re-development|