KEEP BERWICK STREET MARKET INDEPENDENT

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robin smith
3 years ago
Please stop redeveloper’s application and cradle the small businesses of Shepherd’s Bush Market https://www.change.org/p/save-the-shepherds-bush-market-businesses/u/20385086?utm_medium=email&utm_source=77616&utm_campaign=petition_update&sfmc_tk=dk5MGbGpUJAiE8JwpJ3w571GlfeoJ7Ohfs41XVLcG9KoHrIU2UkSzZKN89JE3WXt

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S Ashe
3 years ago
I have lived in London and lived and used this market regularly. Don't want to see it privatised.

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william trow
3 years ago
a breath of fresh air in corporate london

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Walter Simms
3 years ago
Another example of a council with deaf ears and its own agenda.

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Tom Conti
3 years ago
With so much uncertainty everywhere and sky high taxes it is most unfair not to give the traders the security to which they have a right

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H Hardy
3 years ago
It's London's heritage

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Ian Llewelyn
3 years ago
I support the independent people who have worked this market for generations

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Sarah Davis
3 years ago
Typical of councils to do what they want without taking a jot of notice of any other interest than the council's own short sighted self-interest. For once, it should stop acting like a bully, listen to popular demand and keep this market, loved by the community and which creates community.

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Suzanne Baker-Downes
3 years ago
As a local I've always found this market to be a great place to go and integral to the community.

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Patricia Beattie
3 years ago
I was born and brought up in Soho and my parents had a cafe and shoe repair shop there in the 50's & early 60's. It was an integral part of London's diverse working class culture and should remain within the reach of the traders who are part of that culture today!