by Vincent Wood
The leader of Haringey Council has denied accusations that “difficult” council officials are to blame for the closure of Street Feast’s Hawker Union site in Wood Green.
Hawker Union, which boasted six street food traders and five bars as well as trampolines, pool tables and big screens, closed this weekend, after just 12 weeks of trade.
Street Feast founder Jonathan Downey announced the closure earlier this month, stating “In 21yrs of opening over 35 venues in five countries, I’ve never had to close a site like this”. He added the company, which operated the site under temporary licences, had invested £450,000 into the site.”
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