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Papa Johns takeaway right on Tower Bridge Road at 168a

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Wednesday 22 December 2010 1.10pm
It'll be interesting to see what it turns into now. I found it funny that there were objections on the grounds of vermin. Nobody complained when the estate agents moved in next door =)
Wednesday 22 December 2010 2.14pm
the objections also claimed that Papa john's is "downmarket"...when an upmarket Chicken Cottage or kebab shop opens up ...now that WILL be funny.i might start a facebook group "bring tennessee chicken (halal) to tower bridge road"
Wednesday 22 December 2010 2.19pm
Spot on mate - yes, folks may live to regret not having a clean and tidy PJ next door!
Tuesday 5 April 2011 6.57pm
Papa John's have lodged an appeal against the council's decision.

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Wednesday 17 August 2011 10.02pm
good news...Dominos can never find there way to our place!
Thursday 18 August 2011 12.01am
very happy I am too!
Thursday 18 August 2011 9.01am
Excellent! Better start going to the gym more regularly in preparation!
Saturday 20 August 2011 1.05pm
I live very close and have can't understand your objections to this. There's already a restaurant and a costcutter there and Papa Johns isn't exactly likely to be terribly more noisy. That stretch of tower bridge road could do with some more life. It primarily being a throughfare has no benefit to the local community, whereas a pizza place will.

To others asking - I've used Pizza gogo a few times and they're decent. Had flyers for about ten others through the door and some have been alright when i've tried them.
Sunday 6 November 2011 4.20pm
Licensing hearing next week:
http://moderngov.southwarksites.com/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=172&MId=4169

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