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Business Parklets Applications Open: Transform Parking Spaces into Dynamic Business Hubs
Lambeth invites businesses, charities, schools, and organizations to apply for the innovative Business Parklets program, transforming former parking spaces into vibrant hubs. These three-sided structures, featuring a raised deck, offer businesses an opportunity to create welcoming outdoor spaces, increase visibility, and attract new customers.
Business Parklets can serve various purposes, including providing outdoor seating for trading, offering additional outdoor space for events or dining options, and contributing to green initiatives. Businesses, private organisations, charities, schools and third sector can apply for a parklet and to become a Parklet Owner. Individual businesses can group together with other businesses to apply.
This initiative will enhance the urban landscape, foster community engagement, and create a more pedestrian-friendly environment. Don’t miss the chance to redefine your outdoor space, boost your business’s visibility, and contribute to the transformation of our neighbourhood.
To find out more information, visit Business Parklets.
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