The Proposal for Market Hall at Pavilion in Ramsgate

I have found a little more about the proposal.

This YouTube clip describing the proposal is almost 10 minutes long: it includes some lovely images so well worth watching.

Here is the facebook page:

I have no doubt that what is described is lovely, I would like it.  I am imagining something like Spitalfields Market in London – which actually took years to develop in to a busy success.

What I can not see is how it is financially viable – the film mentions the plan are inspired by Borough market.  Yes, in London, with 10 million people within easy travelling distance to it via public transport.  Last time I looked I think the population of Ramsgate was about 40,000, Thanet as a whole 120,000 (and that includes children) so I still wonder where the customers would come from.

As I said in my previous blog – there is also the issue of funds to develop the building and to maintain it.  Of course, I do know a plumber who can do his bit!

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