Plans submitted for Shepherd’s Bush Market transformation

11th May 2023 | Jack Oliver

Plans which would see the redevelopment of Shepherd’s Bush Market and the adjacent Old Laundry Yard have been submitted to the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

The application has been submitted by Yoo Capital, which has been the majority owner of the site since 2020.

The plans, originally released in October 2022, describe changes to the market and Old Laundry Yard to create an ‘ecosystem’ for existing traders, and propose new entrances, canopies, and stalls in a “stunning refurbishment”.

The developments would also see the creation of co-working spaces and 40 new homes.

Proposals would see demolition of the former St Mungo’s building and associated structures.

Yoo Capital said it is committing to supporting existing traders at the market, ensuring they can continue to trade in the refurbished remarket.

It said the development would give the area a “shot in the arm”.

Lloyd Lee, managing partner, Yoo Capital, said: “Shepherd’s Bush Market has a unique vibrancy and culture. As a firm, we believe in celebrating community assets across London.  We made a commitment to Shepherd’s Bush Market’s traders to invest in the market in a way that honours and retains its much-loved sense of community and diversity.”


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