All good stuff, but still can't see anything shocking. There's lots of name calling between different branches of the fetish scene, and a bit of alleging that the Wicked people can't run an orgy in a brothel, but that's irrelevant.
There are lots of businesses around that have no interest to me or my tastes, and may well be run ineptly (or not), but what gives anyone a right to complain unless they are:
a) disgruntled customers with a genuine complaint
b) neighbours/nearby residents with some sort of complaint about the noise/litter/etc
I think if anyone can find a parking spot in that area James they would deserve to be admitted free of charge for life! and would the clientele really make a lot of noise entering and leaving? reading that back - it has certain connotations!
To be fair, many of the objectors to Wicked were complaining about problems with Cynthia's Bar - and asking for non-renewal of their licence or restrictions on hours - long before the Sheridans came along and turned it into Wicked.
To be fair, the "inherited" objectors were:
6 local businesses, the Dean of Southwark Cathedral and the Chief Executive Officer of London Bridge Hospital.
whereas the current objectors are:
9 local businesses, the Dean of Southwark Cathedral, the Chief Executive Officer of London Bridge Hospital, The Bishop of Woolwich, the Diocese of Southwark, the Metropolitan Police and 76 others.