London Assembly: Cornered Shops - London's small shops and the planning system

Londoners’ shopping habits have changed dramatically since the 1960s. Then the ’corner shop’ was the cornerstone of most peoples’ shopping experience, and the trip to the local butchers or greengrocers was part of daily life. Now many of us are more likely to drive to the shopping centre or visit ...

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