Broadway Market

Established on an old drovers route into the city, Broadway Market has been home to market traders since the 1890s, the market provides a unique mixture of tastes and cultures.

Visit us and you will find some of east London's finest shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes and of course stalls offering amazing fresh produce, authentic street food, original clothing, arts and crafts. All centred on a little East End street between the Regent's Canal and London Fields.

For more information, visit Broadway Market.


Broadway Market, E8. Off Lansdowne Drive, London Fields.

Public transport

Nearest stations: London Fields, Cambridge Heath and Hackney Central Overground and Bethnal Green Underground.

Buses: Westgate Street, Mare Street and Hackney Road.

26, 48, 55, 106, 236, 254, 388 and 394.


Parking is free on weekends within zone J, so both market traders and visitors can park in any parking bays in this area.

Opening times

Saturday only: 7.30am to 7pm.

Bank holiday opening

We are not open on public/bank holidays.


Fresh produce, street food, locally designed clothing, arts and crafts.

Apply to trade in Broadway Market

Email your completed form to:

You can also submit your application by post or hand to:

RE: Broadway Market application
Markets and Street Trading
Unit 2B (ii), Kingsland Shopping Centre
Kingsland High Street
E8 2LX

We also accept applications via the Broadway Market Traders and Residents Association (BMTRA). For more information visit Broadway Market.

What happens next?

You will be added our waiting list of interested traders. Once a space becomes available or we are ready to recruit for your commodity, we will review your application. Successful applicants will then be invited to an informal interview at our offices. The interview will assess your suitability for a licence to trade at Hackney's markets against our criteria and scoring mechanism:

In the event that available space is very limited or multiple applicants are wishing to trade the same commodity, the highest scoring interviewee will be offered a pitch at their preferred market.

Those who score satisfactorily but have not been offered a pitch at their preferred market will be added to our waiting list and will be offered first refusal should a vacancy arise. Alternatively successful applicants may be offered a pitch at one of our other markets subject to availability.

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