The West Green Road / Seven Sisters Development Trust was set up in 2008 by four members of the Wards Corner Coalition to represent the shared interests of residents, businesses and groups based in and around Wards Corner.
Come to one of our four online workshops to shape the Wards Corner CBS. This will be a new democratic organisation to restore and manage the Wards building.
Statement issued 13/08/21 by traders at Seven Sisters Indoor Market following Grainger PLC’s recent decision to abandon their development of the Wards Corner site.
The Trust is pleased to announce that the Architectural Heritage Fund has awarded it a Project Viability Grant of £15,000.
The Trustees are Victoria Alvarez, Carlos Burgos, and Myfanwy Taylor. The Trust will be recruiting more Trustees in the coming months. Further information will be provided on this, but feel free to contact us sooner if you are interested to learn more.
Carlos Burgos is Chair of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust. He is the co-founder of the Pedro Achata Trust, a charity which helps Latin American migrants develop their potential whilst living in the UK.
Vicky Alvarez is a trader at the Seven Sisters market, and is Chair of the Seven Sisters Market Traders Association.
Myfanwy Taylor is a local resident, and urban and economic geographer, researching the community value of markets.