Transport For London (TFL) are looking for ideas to add value to some of their tube station car parks. Our response is Tube Hub; a heterogeneous network of street markets, connected and empowered by the TFL tube network.
With a focus on local speciality trades, crafts and businesses, each market in the Tube Hub network can be a place to buy a passing coffee, drop off dry cleaning, meet work mates for lunch, rent a work station for a day, or meet friends for an evening event.
The tube network raises the profile of the markets, facilitating access with passing trade from commuters or as a specific destination for visitors.
We have been living our lockdown lives with ever more reliance on online services, often through a small number of well-established companies. Progressive technologies allow us to operate without geographical base, supported by logistics that brings stuff to your door.
It seems long ago that we knew our local high street and the small family businesses which populated it. We have moved towards a more anonymous relationship with our community.
Tube Hub seeks to re-address this, re-uniting communities with the wealth of services in their area, supported by the robust TFL transport system, which encourages people beyond their doors and brings everyone together!
2020 and 2021 so far have been long periods of lockdown. With restrictions thankfully easing we now have the opportunity to take back some ground on how we connect with our communities and the wealth of opportunities it offers...and enjoy life.
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