23 April 2004
Retail sales in central London have dropped by 5% since the introduction of the congestion charge, claims a report commissioned by store group John Lewis and published this week. The findings by Imperial College came as the London Retail Consortium urged mayoral candidates not to extend the congestion zone or ...
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