Policy, industry reports and studies
DCLG (2009) Market Failure: Can the traditional market survive? http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200809/cmselect/cmcomloc/308/30802.htm
GLA (2017) Understanding London’s Markets https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/20171219_gla_markets_report_web.pdf
González, S (Ed.). (2018): Contested Markets Contested Cities. Gentrification and urban justice in retail spaces, London: Routledge.
González, S and Dawson, G (2017) Resisting gentrification in traditional public markets: Lessons from London. In González, S (Ed.): Contested Markets Contested Cities. Gentrification and urban justice in retail spaces, London: Routledge, pp. 54 – 71.
González, S and Dawson, G (2015) Traditional Markets Under Threat: Why It’s Happening and What Traders and Customers Can Do http://tradmarketresearch.weebly.com/uploads/4/5/6/7/45677825/traditional_markets_under_threat-_full.pdf
González, S and Waley, P (2013) ‘Traditional Retail Markets: The New Gentrification Frontier?‘. Antipode, 45:4 pp.965-983
IPM/ NABMA (2015) Markets Matter – Reviewing the evidence and detecting the market effect
NABMA/NMTF (2015) Mission for Markets – A strategy to meet the challenges ahead
NEF (2005) Trading Places- the local and economic impact of street produce and farmer’s markets http://library.uniteddiversity.coop/Food/Farmers_Markets/Economic_impact_of%20street_produce_and_farmers_markets.pdf
NEF (2006) The World On A Plate –The economic and social value of London’s most ethnically diverse street market https://neweconomics.org/2006/05/the-world-on-a-plate
Regeneris Consulting (2010) London’s Street Markets
Retail Markets Alliance (2009) Markets 21
Rivlin P and González S (2017) Public markets: Spaces for sociability under threat?: The case of Leeds’ Kirkgate market. In González, S (Ed.): Contested Markets Contested Cities. Gentrification and urban justice in retail spaces, London: Routledge, pp.131-149.
Runnymede Trust (2008) Surrey Street Market – The Heart of a Community
URBACT (2014) Sustainable Urban Markets – An Action Plan for London
Watson, S and Studdert, D (2006) Markets As Sites of Social Interaction. Joseph Rowntree Foundation
We Made That and LSE Cities (2017) High Streets for All. Greater London Authority