Waltham Forest Council is looking for applicants as it announces the decision to open two new pop-up shops for residents

Simon Goff with two 1950s tattoo inspired rugs in the Hoe Street pop-up shop

Simon Goff with two 1950s tattoo inspired rugs in the Hoe Street pop-up shop

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Budding businessmen and women are being urged to turn their ideas into reality as Waltham Forest Council opens applications for the next round of ‘pop-up’ shops.

Social enterprises, business owners, artists or anyone who wants a taste of the high street can set up shop for two to six weeks without paying any rents or rates as a part of the scheme.

Earlier this year, the shop in Hoe Street, Walthamstow was home to a plant shop, a vintage clothing store, a rug retailer and many more.

This year, for the first time, space will also be available open in Church Road, Chingford.

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