Shopkeepers and traders are being “bullied and misled” by Hammersmith and Fulham council over a development plan for Shepherd’s Bush market, a Labour MP claims.
Andy Slaughter, MP for Hammersmith, has also accused the Tory-run council of wasting hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal costs trying to drive the £150 million project through.
Developer Orion wants to demolish 13 shops in Goldhawk Road, including a 100-year-old pie and mash shop frequented by David Beckham, and use the market area for 200 flats and 20 houses. Orion is proposing a new entrance to a revamped food and fabrics market, but some shopkeepers claim that the council has not followed proper procedures in granting planning permission.
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