July 9, 2012 Fulham Chronicle By Greg Burns
MARKET traders have attacked plans to regenerate Shepherd’s Bush Market, accusing the developer of being evasive and vague.
Developer Orion’s proposals to revamp the market and build nearly 200 luxury flats above it, have already attracted opposition from shopkeepers in Goldhawk Road, who say they would lose their historic premises and have to rent new space.
Now market stallholders have sent their concerns in a seven-page letter to Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, and to Hammersmith and Fulham Council.
The market’s tenants’ association says the development, approved by the council in February, and the proposed deal for the 139 existing traders, are against its members’ interests.
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