Community Shacks

Outside dining and space to meet and socialise is the latest trend in community activity. Nowadays, pop-ups, box parks and converted containers are all the rage! Streetfoodie Pop Up sites are comprised of a ‘community’ of Market Shacks voguishly embellished with scaffold boards, creating a kitchen to street fusion by bringing a ‘diversity’ of homemade cuisines to the street! Structurally tough, our ‘Community Shacks’ are rustic, upmarket and chic! Our community markets supply multi-cultural healthy cuisines and juices, combined with community facilities. Our Pop Up sites also act as 'community hubs' and are host to our range of  'Community Rise Add-on Services'.


Employee Facilities & Services

Market Pop Ups help you meet the welfare needs of your employees. Sites provide facilities such as w.c's,  as well as catering services. Changing the face of fast food to 'a healthy option', Market Pop Ups provide a range of quality cuisines at affordable prices.  We have a delivery service, or alternatively, people can turn up to taste great food and juices. Our healthy street food choices can be subsidised with the use of meal vouchers.

Meal Voucher Scheme

We offer the option of bulk buying meals at discounted prices. Our meal voucher schemes offer savings of up to 20% off breakfasts, lunches and evening meals, when pre-purchasing a week, or a months worth of vouchers.  Easy to budget and convenient, you benefit with workers who remain onsite. Our Shacks promote eating good heathy food, as a healthy workforce functions on top-form.

Warm Food Banks

Warm Food Banks

Our 'community first' approach is all inclusive. Our 'Community Shacks' act as new-age Warm Food Banks. We issue food vouchers free of charge through local signpost centres. People do not feel stigmatised or labelled, as our food vouchers are part of our wider Meal Voucher Scheme. Vouchers issued through signpost centres also entitle the recipient to discounted reflexology treatments from our floating reflexologist.


Cobtainers #Cobs

Our 'Cobs' are upcycled containers situated next to our 'Community Shacks'. We call them Cobs because they are stylishly décored with scaffold boards and 'fuse Containers with Obtainers’. We use space in Cobs to house office space, co-working space and meeting rooms, houseware, upcycling furniture and clothing. Distributing chattels which are sold-on. They're also 'Pop Ups' and can be easily dismantled and moved around and between sites.



We work with a nutritionist, community centres, NHS, schools and Local Authorities, 'promoting the market as a healthy alternative to fried food shops'. Our ex-Olympic boxer John Bosco Waigo manages our sport-fit and self-defence classes onsite or in a nearby park. We offer a specialist service aimed at increasing children’s fitness levels. Our nutritionist is also on hand once a week to design a menu for each child.

Helping landowners and people to work together! We create a space where developers and contractors enjoy great food saving money by purcahsing Meal Vouchers in advance. A space that is accessible and open to the general public, providing an informal meeting place where information can be shared, local jobs and opportunities advertised. A showcase for the development and community, an inspirational café where people can get help starting a business, finding employment, sourcing fresh warm food and even taking part in cooking lessons. Sports-fit and self-defence classes combined with ‘sports food’, a place where people get looked after by the community. A place where the landowner becomes part of the community.

Section 106

As every development differs resulting in varied Section 106 obligations, we carryout site visits to plan and estimate a cost for the scheme.  Site visits enable us to examine if, and how, we can further mitigate set-up costs. We tailor-make scheme plans to meet the requirements of your sites Section 106. If your Section 106 commitments require additional community services, we may require the use of other space to be able to offer added value facilities and services.

Call us @ 07939 836 811 to book your site visit!

Market Scheme Requirements

The site should be situated where we can capitalise on footfall, office workers, and people associated with the development site. The scheme requires the following:

  • A building or land on which we can place a temporary market. Land should be a minimum of 100m2.
  • Access and frontage for public footfall.
  • 100-amp minimum power supply.
  • Sewer and water connections.
  • Temporary planning approval for site welfare services.
  • One year’s minimum contract although we don’t mind moving around a site.

We are keen to demonstrate how well we utilise space and create ‘wins’ for all parties involved. We are commercially run and endeavour to aid you as much as we can. Concerned about your employees ‘buying in’ to the scheme? We use space to teach and appease staff expectations. We aim to be included in your next project and are eager to assist you.

Market Management Services

We manage 'all' our market sites. We strive for all our sites to have a family feel and community atmosphere, making them a pleasant place to visit. Our traders are subject to our:

  • Contracts.
  • Terms of Service; and,
  • Behaviour Management Policy.

Street Foodie et al adopt the spirit of 'equal opportunity' employers. We are committed to the guiding principles of Every Child Matters and sites are managed so that children are safe.

All sites are equiped with fencing and a security gate arrangement.


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