Pedestrian plan forces store closure

June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/18/2004, Issue 5393, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that retail chain Julian Foye is to close its branch in Bodmin Moor, England due to controversies of pedestrianizing the street. Structural design and size of the retail branch; Plan of the store to continue trading; Conviction of John Atkinson, the company's director, regarding the business' turnover for the next year.


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