Fulham Chronicle By Adam Courtney
A PUBLIC inquiry which could determine the future of Shepherd’s Bush Market begins next week, with developers insisting their plans will ensure the historic shopping arcade will thrive for the next 100 years.
Thirteen shop owners in Goldhawk Road are off to Hammersmith Town Hall on Tuesday to challenge the Compulsory Purchase Orders put on their businesses by Orion, which needs to knock down their buildings to regenerate the market.
Should their challenge succeed, it could put the controversial scheme, which includes 200 new flats, in doubt. However, Orion said it is confident the case will be thrown out, and vowed its plans will improve the area and make the market one of the most thriving in London.
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