Consultation on Liverpool Markets

Starts: Monday 11th October 2021
Ends: Sunday 14th November 2021

What are we consulting on?

We would like to hear your views on the 10 markets operated by the council and gather feedback on why people do or don't visit them and hear your ideas on how to improve the current offer.

We want to identify exciting opportunities and projects that will enhance what is currently available.

This consultation relates to the following markets:

  • St John's (city centre)
  • Great Homer Street (Greatie)
  • Liverpool Food Hub (Electric Avenue)
  • Tuebrook Market
  • Monument Place (London Road)
  • Garston
  • Farmers Markets at University Square, Woolton, Allerton and Lark Lane.

How to comment

You can complete the survey online.

Take part in the Liverpool Markets consultation

The closing date for comments is midnight on Sunday 14th November 2021.

What happens to my views?

The survey has been developed in partnership with Savills - the appointed consultant- and any data collected will be de-identified by Savills, who will report the results at an aggregate level. 

The data will be stored on a secure, password protected server and the de-identified data will be provided to Liverpool City Council.

The analysed and aggregated data may be reported as part of a consultation summary report, which will be made publicly available. No personal or private information will be collected during the survey and the de-identified data will be retained for as long as it is required.

What happens next?

The results of the survey will be used to inform the development of Future Liverpool Markets Strategy - to improve the market offering across Liverpool.

It may also be used to benchmark progress of the strategy against this baseline.

The online survey forms a large part of the public consultation. All information will be pulled together and new ideas and approaches will be presented in early 2022.

Results and recommendations for future of Liverpool markets will be published in early 2022.

Further information

If you have any questions or problems completing the survey, email