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Why alienate your customers?
09 Jan 2020 16:29 #5098

So you're all protesting off the back of reverse-snobbery and xenophobia then??

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Why alienate your customers?
09 Jan 2020 16:56 #5099

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I feel genuinely sad that I have neighbours who support the sentiments in the GLBA note and who are willing to say so in this forum.

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Public meeting to discuss the proposed Fox Lane Low Traffic Neighbourhood plans
16 Jan 2020 10:44 #5127

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Why alienate your customers?
16 Jan 2020 12:38 #5130

Dear Mr Georgiou,

just a couple of points regarding your post.

1 Your point about road tax is completely incorrect.
I have added a link to an article that explains why very clearly if you cam be bothered to read it. In short we all pay for roads regardless of whether we even drive. "Road tax" is simply a tax on emissions, hence the varying amounts people pay. It doesn't but you any rights as regards road use.

ipayroadtax.com/no-such-thing-as-road-tax/who-pays-road-tax/

2 I was born, bred and raised in North London and moved to Palmers Green two years ago. I reserve the right to live anywhere in London or this country that I like. If I don't like the idea of being splattered all over the road by some maniac when I step out of my front door I also reserve the right to object to that.

3 Have you considered the possibility that the majority of the traffic passing through there roads is not local traffic and is on its way somewhere else by the quickest and self centred means possible, not all desperately trying to get to the centre of Palmers Green to patronize one of your businesses?

4 Have you considered the possibility that locals who feel like walking more may feel more inclined to walk and enjoy their neighbourhood and then spend more money in your clients businesses?

5 Possibly not a good idea to piss off a lot of your potential customers by posting an article that insults them?

4 Have you considered the possibility
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