It can't be a good sign when the aspirations of London's east end economy are dependent on a 7-Eleven! But low expectations for the east end are the going return on the area's long-term investment in dependence.
Who do they think runs these stores? The barbiturates of central economic command thinking have put the east end right to bed.
London's Old East Village Business Improvement Area is worried the closing of a 7-Eleven gas bar and variety store at Dundas and Quebec streets could be a major setback in the area's revitalization efforts.
Thursday, March 23, 2006
Posted by MapMaster on Thursday, March 23, 2006