List of market towns in London
This is a list of market towns that are now within the current area of Greater London. That is, a settlement where the municipal corporation has a market right, received from the monarch. Dates indicate the earliest known charters. The use of the market rights has lapsed in some towns and in some cases the use of the right was later revived.
|Barking||Barking Market||Barking and Dagenham||1175|
|Chipping Barnet||Barnet Market||Barnet||1199|
|Croydon||Surrey Street Market||Croydon||1276|
|Edgware||no longer exists||Barnet||no charter||no longer exists|
|Kingston upon Thames||Kingston Market||Kingston upon Thames||1208|
|St Mary Cray||no longer exists||Bromley||1207||no longer exists|
|Uxbridge||Uxbridge Market (within The Mall Uxbridge)||Hillingdon||1180|
|Westminster||no longer exists||Westminster||1259||no longer exists|
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