Councillor Anood Al-Samerai wrote:The manager and owners explained that they really do want to work with the local community
Councillor Anood Al-Samerai wrote:Further to my previous post and the complaints which have been made, this week I met with the manager and the two owners of the London Bridge Experience.
We discussed the concerns of residents at length and I asked for a full explanation of the incidents which have been mentioned. The manager and owners explained that they really do want to work with the local community and said that anyone who wants to meet with them would be very welcome to do so. They emphasised that they contribute to the local economy and employ several local people.
They assured me that all their staff are fully trained and that they all sign an appropriate conduct policy before working with the company. They also told me that there is always a supervisor with the team at the front so if anyone does experience difficulties as they walk past they can always request to see the supervisor.
It does not appear that they are breaching any parts of their planning permission at the moment. However, I do hope that our meeting has been a helpful way of moving forward and ensuring that the situation improves. I will, of course, be monitoring the issue and if anyone has any further complaints, I would be very grateful if they could let me know.
real-se1 wrote:Why dont you go and see the owners? The registered office is on here and they say they are happy to meet you.
real-se1 wrote:Borough Paul its the same Council that allowed people like you to move into this Borough (by letting developers convert old buildings and sites into new ones that the locals can not afford). You decided to live in inner London get on with it. If Borough Market was how it was years ago you would get a petition up about the noise early in the morning.
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