April 5, 2012 Ealing Gazette By Poppy Bradbury
SHOPKEEPERS are worried competition from a new market will cripple their businesses and even leave them homeless.
Retailers in Greenford Broadway say they are at risk of being undercut by stallholders who sell similar products without the cost of expensive overheads.
Ealing Council leader and Greenford Broadway councillor Julian Bell described the complaints as ‘unfortunate’. He had hoped the market would boost trade and attract shoppers.
But shop owners accused the authority of not properly consulting businesses before the market, which lines the street on Mondays and Thursdays, was launched four weeks ago.
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