PUBLISHED: 15:00 23 January 2014 Paul Wright (From left) Head chef of new West Hampstead restaurant 160 Degrees Fahrenheit Andrei Lesment, joined by top restaurateurs Sean Martin and David Moore. Picture: Allan Budarin Archant Major players in London’s food and drink market are said to be setting their sights on West Hampstead becoming the capital’s “new Marylebone High Street”. High-end restaurant operators and business owners are being lured by an increasingly affluent and young population, and believe that the area could be home to London’s next trendy and vibrant high street. This is all according to David Moore, one of the UK’s best-known restaurateurs and the man behind Michelin star restaurants Pied à Terre in Fitzrovia and L’Autre Pied in Marylebone. Joining forces with Sean Martin, another of London’s high-end restaurant operators, he is set to open a new venture in West End Lane, West Hampstead. Taking over the … [Read more...] about Michelin star restaurateurs set their sights on West Hampstead as the ‘next Marylebone High Street’
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0 Have your say Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry has thrown his weight behind The Yorkshire Post’s campaign championing the region’s high streets. Mr Berry praised the newspaper as he set out his vision for northern high streets and explained how the government was supporting retailers and local authorities.He said: “I think this is a really opportune moment for the Yorkshire Post to run a really high-profile campaign on supporting high streets and promoting high streets across Yorkshire.“There are lots of brilliant high streets up and down Yorkshire but we need to go and celebrate them and use them.“I think it’s so well timed this campaign because I do not remember a period in my life - all 40 years of it - of such rapid change on high streets.”The Rossendale and Darwen MP said despite the difficulties local retailers were facing, particularly in competing with online businesses, he had been inspired by innovative … [Read more...] about Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry backs Yorkshire Post high street campaign
A SURVEY carried out in Fareham yesterday could indicate a change of heart on Brexit – two years after the borough voting to leave the European Union. A group of campaigners backing a People’s Vote on Brexit carried out the survey in West Street on Saturday afternoon.Led by Liberal Democrat Councillor Katrina Trott, the group asked shoppers a number of questions about the current state of Brexit, and whether the country should have a final vote on any negotiated deal.Cllr Trott said: ‘There were some people who didn’t want to know, so I am quite prepared to see that it’s not 100 per cent representative of the people who went by – but we did have quite a high rate of engagement from people.‘Most people, whether they voted to remain or leave the EU, seem to agree that Brexit isn’t going well and won’t be good for jobs.‘I think it was important to raise the subject with Fareham shoppers and I’m glad it was a … [Read more...] about High street survey shows Fareham could favour a People’s Vote on Brexit
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