Say hello to our fresh new look

Written by Alastair Owen
September 07, 2017

A great market never stands still. Never rests on its laurels. Every year, every season, every day. Something new. Something different. That’s the essence of New Covent Garden Market.

You'll, no doubt, know we’re going through some big changes here at the market. While our buildings change, we wanted to see if there were other things we could do better too.

So, we have a fresh new look. One that better represents who we are today and who we want to be tomorrow.

New Covent Garden Market logo

Our new logo

If you've driven down Nine Elms Lane recently, you'll already have seen our new logo on the side of the Flower Market.

New Covent Garden Market new sign

Our new sign on Nine Elms Lane

We've given our website a fresh coat of paint too (this one you're on). It's not just about looking better, it's about working better. It's a cleaner, easier experience for new customers. And the new blog layout means you can get closer to the market on the screen. Refreshingly, the site now looks great on mobile, tablet and desktop.

You’ll still see remnants of the old brand on the old market buildings. We won’t be changing that at the moment. But when a new building is ready, you’ll see our new brand and signage dressing it.

We hope you like our new look. Change can be strange, but exciting too. We're still the market you know and love. Only a little fresher.


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