Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Camden Mall wins over developers

Dealers and supporters of the antiques trade Camden Passage are celebrating after Islington Council threw out the proposals to redevelop The Mall. Around 120 people turned up to show their support for dealers of Camden Mall. It is thought that the application to remove the individual dealers' shops at the antiques center was an attempt to convert the two floors of the Grade II listed building into a single units in order to sell the space to a multi-national chain. Dealers, customers and local residents spoke against the plans before the cross party planning committee voted unanimously against it.

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