High Street money for new market
Herne Hill in south London has been awarded a share of £93,057 from the government for injecting life into its high street as part of the High Street Renewal Awards.
The town centre was awarded the money for setting up a market and pedestrian zone from scratch in less than a year.
BBC London's Gareth Furby spoke to Jean Bergin and Angus Farr from the Herne Hill Forum, James Davidson from Brockwell Arts Services and Jim Dickson from Lambeth Council.
05 May 2013
- From the section London