The tender for Hounslow’s pedestrianised high street market has been won by Tudor Markets, one of London’s leading market management experts who specialise in: Street Markets; Farmers Markets; Event Management; Operations and Consultancy; Shopping Centre and Christmas Markets. Hounslow council are planning to regenerate the town centre and make a lot of improvements around the area and believe Tudor Markets are the ideal management company to come in and take the market forward, working closely alongside each other.

tudor market 1The contract is for a period of four years with the option to extend it a further two. On average the town centre has a daily footfall of 30,000 people, meaning it is a very busy location, making it an ideal platform for market traders to showcase their products and services. Tudor Markets took over the general market at the start of October and it runs five days a week, Tuesday to Saturday, from 9.00am to 5.00pm. It has 24 stalls, all of which are unified by the Tudor Markets logo.

The management company supply all of the gazebos and make sure they are all set up ready for the arrival of the traders, they also take them down again at the end of the day. A power supply is available at each stall and there is parking available nearby, meaning once you have unloaded your vehicle and parked up it is only a short walk back to your stall.

Any trader interested in having a stall at Hounslow’s pedestrianised high street market should contact Danny Watson on
0208 9691443 or 07980 134 479, alternatively you can go to, click on ‘Become a trader’, fill in the form and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Tudor Markets are continuing to develop an excellent reputation in market operations and trader management. They facilitate success for their traders and ensure all of their markets run smoothly and are well received by local communities.

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Meet the Tudor Markets Management Team James Willis
James has over 25 year’s experience in the market sector and became a market trader himself at the age of 20 and was so for over 20 years. He then moved on to event trading throughout the UK, Europe, Australia and the United States. James then went on to become a market inspector for a private operator and has now moved on to becoming a contractor to various local authorities in London, helping them maintain, improve and create new markets and events. Due to his experience, James has a very good understanding of market trader’s needs and all aspects of the market sector.


tudor market 2Danny Watson
Danny has over 25 year’s experience of working in the market industry and started as young as 11 years old as a Saturday barrow boy and rose to become a successful market operator. Danny has vast experience working with many local authorities and numerous councils throughout the UK. He has had great success and a proven track record in turnin
g around downtrodden markets and turning them into vibrant, safe and successful markets. He also has vast experience in corporate events and has operated in some of the top venues in London.