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Which pubs, bars, restaurants and take-aways do you avoid?
messageNew businesses on the lane
Posted by wee quinnie August 12, 11:50AM

[www.asnatureintended.uk.com]

One of these being built between the Co op and Chener books.

Also it appears Sema Thai is being converted into a dessert and juice bar place.

Sorry i know there is a thread about new businesses but i can't find it.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by d.b August 12, 12:39PM

Where is Sema Thai?

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by Penguin68 August 12, 12:44PM

A news report today suggested at 10% of High Street locations were currently empty/ closed. At the moment LL seems (generally) to be bucking this trend; it will be interesting to see if this continues past the CPZ implementation.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by goldilocks August 12, 02:05PM

Really though? From the top of the street the following properties are empty (pre CPZ)

The building previously part of the Maudsley trust (double fronted building onto Lship lane)
The old French café
The old Threshers
The building next to SMBS is a constant pop up at the moment but has been closed on and off for years
Dulwich Tandoori
Lush Designs


Might have missed some but off the top of my head those stand out.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by rahrahrah August 12, 02:50PM

The old French House is now Sylvesters.
Threshers finally looks like it's being renovated after years of being empty (following a cannabis farm getting busted in the flat above it)
The Building next to SMBS has a deliberate business model / offer as a space for rotating places I think.
Lush Designs is indeed empty at present
The Maudsley site isn't a retail unit.

In addition there have been a flurry of new openings.

Personally, I think LL is doing pretty well. Will be interesting to see what happen post brexit though.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by maxxi August 12, 02:55PM

Another empty shop/new business is about to be added to the list when Sogim Pharmacy closes. There is already a 'New Lease Available' sign nailed to the outside. Pharmacist says increased rent is why she is leaving.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by geh August 12, 08:26PM

quite a few new openings, imho they should all be celebrated, much better than empty units.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by hammerman August 12, 10:38PM

goldilocks Wrote:
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> Really though? From the top of the street the
> following properties are empty (pre CPZ)
>
> The building previously part of the Maudsley trust
> (double fronted building onto Lship lane)
> The old French café
> The old Threshers
> The building next to SMBS is a constant pop up at
> the moment but has been closed on and off for
> years
> Dulwich Tandoori
> Lush Designs
>
>
> Might have missed some but off the top of my head
> those stand out.

Dulwich Tandoori isn't empty? Had a meal there last week.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by ruffers August 13, 08:58AM

What is Sylvesters?

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by goldilocks August 13, 09:22AM

Also just heard that Aneto is closing (by Goose Green) - my point on this is not that the 'Lane is in decline' - but more to flag that the increasing rates is generally pushing some businesses out and there is continual turnover.

Sylvesters appears to be some kind of bar / pizza place. No one seems to know what the old Threshers will be.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by Hemingway August 13, 12:13PM

Street, dominated by independent retail, with small retail spaces in affluent area with relatively low footfall characterised by many comings and goings of shops/restaurants shocker. Been this way for ages.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by cella August 13, 02:41PM

goldilocks Wrote:
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> Also just heard that Aneto is closing (by Goose
> Green) - my point on this is not that the 'Lane is
> in decline' - but more to flag that the increasing
> rates is generally pushing some businesses out and
> there is continual turnover.
>
> Sylvesters appears to be some kind of bar / pizza
> place. No one seems to know what the old
> Threshers will be.

Think this may be more to do with poor management since they expanded into the bigger premises. Used to love going in there as it's on the doorstep but on recent visits experienced loud music which they refused to change or turn down, slow service etc and not replying to customers online so a large part of this is down to customers voting with their feet round here as there is so much choice rather than a general decline.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by micromacromonkey August 13, 04:26PM

bumr about Aneto, the kids love that place. I agree though it hasn't transitioned very well into that larger space.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by ianr August 13, 05:28PM

Coincidentally, the British Retail Consortium launched a broadside today against current retail business taxation. [brc.org.uk]

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by Vik August 13, 07:56PM

Dulwich Tandoori?!

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by DulwichFox August 14, 09:32AM

Vik Wrote:
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> Dulwich Tandoori?!

What about Dulwich Tandoori ??

Hardly a New Business.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by goldilocks August 14, 09:55AM

I think that's my fault as suggested it was closing up thread - I got confused, think its actually Surma which has closed isn't it?

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by BrandNewGuy August 14, 09:56AM

goldilocks posted that Dulwich Tandoori was 'empty'. It's not. It's full most nights smiling smiley

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by Nigello August 14, 04:08PM

The former home for Plough DIY is to be a maths tuition centre, according to a poster in its window.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by Sue August 14, 06:31PM

goldilocks Wrote:
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> I think that's my fault as suggested it was
> closing up thread - I got confused, think its
> actually Surma which has closed isn't it?


Yes it was Surma.

messageRe: New businesses on the lane
Posted by DulwichBorn&Bred August 15, 09:06AM

[www.mathnasium.co.uk]


Nigello Wrote:
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> The former home for Plough DIY is to be a maths
> tuition centre, according to a poster in its
> window.


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