phoney wrote:...The main unit on the ground floor of Empire Sq is still empty after several years and the Mayfair Carpets gallery didn't last very long. Is the lower end of BHS commercially unviable?.
longlaner wrote:The new bookshop is really welcome, but I worry that the Crockatt and Powell sets a precedent for an independent bookshop in SE1 which ultimately doesn't work out.
Ivanhoe wrote:Erm, I think it was very well reported on this site a few years back, that the unit in Empire Sq (which the developers promised would be a restaurant, as part of their sales pitch for the flats) was never even built with the necessary waste/water/etc services for it to be used as a restaurant.
So I'm not sure why it's desirable or necessary to run down people who live at the BHS end of Long Lane rather than at the B St end....
Quote:It appears the Bermondsey area residents have more 'get up and go' and community spirit than the Borough crowd.
The main unit on the ground floor of Empire Sq is still empty after several years and the Mayfair Carpets gallery didn't last very long.
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