Vision of the future – Concept image of the Grainger plc regeneration plan for Seven Sisters, which would see one of London's largest Latin clusters replaced with around 200 homes and retail chains.
Party over? – The Seven Sisters market contains dozens of Latin American businesses, and also functions as a social hub.
Traders are now threatened with demolition of the site, potentially next year.
Little Colombia – Map of store nationalities in the market, dominated by Latin American and particularly Colombian businesses.
Lilttle village – The 'Pueblito Paisa' cafe at the front of Seven Sisters market, a popular location for concerts, live sport and empanadas.
Pueblito - meaning little village - is also used as a name the indoor market
Extended family – Campaigners from the Ward's Corner Community Coalition, which is fighting to save the market from developers, with children of market traders.
Multi-tasking – The market also doubles as a childcare center where parents can keep an eye on their kids while working.
Social support – Many traders say the market is an important source of social support beyond its economic value.
Chef Fabian was injured during the 7/7 bombings in London, and says the market offers a form of therapy that he suffers without.
Home from home – London's other major Latin community in Elephant and Castle is also under threat from development.
Advocacy group Latin Elephant has found over 100 Latin American businesses in the area such as Elephant Coffee (pictured).
Who benefits? – Elephant and Castle is currently undergoing regeneration worth over $3 billion, but it is unclear whether existing communities will be beneficiaries or victims of the transformation.