|Posted by:||Jonathan Bingham|
|Yes there is a demand, and I think there have been several offers to take it on.|
But if the owner wants to develop the site then they can refuse the offers, apparently.
It all seems wrong to me, if building a restaurant is part of getting planning permission then how can thay later decide to get rid of the restaurant - or equally set the rents so high that a restaurant is impossible - or simply (as it seems) just refuse any offers?.
The previous tenants managed to be reasonably busy, despite having lamentable marketing and administrative skills (sorry chaps). Like the time they advertised breakfast but failed to tell the staff, or buy any food :-).
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Save Pissarros?||17/09/15 16:18:00||Carl Wynne|
|Re:Save Pissarros?||17/09/15 16:57:00||Diana Claridge|
|Re:Save Pissarros?||17/09/15 16:59:00||Jonathan Bingham|
|Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||17/09/15 17:46:00||Claire Moran|
|Re:Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 10:55:00||Rima Jones|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 10:57:00||Paul Wright|
|Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 11:48:00||Richard Greenhough|
|Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 12:00:00||Diana Claridge|
|Re:Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 12:04:00||Loraine Pemberton|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 12:35:00||Richard Greenhough|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Save Pissarros?||18/09/15 13:55:00||Cecile Parfitt|