High Street


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High Street

1. Brit the main street of a town, usually where the principal shops are situated
2. the market constituted by the general public
3. Commerce geared to meet the requirements of, and readily available for purchase by, the general public
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Amble held off the challenge of Prestatyn and Bognor Regis to be awarded the coastal community accolade in the Great British High Street Awards 2015, at a ceremony in London on Monday.
Jonny Hayes, chairman of the Bishy Road Traders Association, said: "We're so pleased the judges have recognised all we've done to improve our high street and make sure it stays at the heart of our community.
And with the public vote making up 50% of judging, the team behind Prestatyn high street are urging local people to get behind their bid for glory.
A PROPOSED ban on alcohol advertisements near schools could impact high streets negatively, MSPs have been told.
It just wasn't the same High Street I used to visit on a regular basis when I lived in Normanby.
Because of this I challenged the then leader of Solihull Council, Councillor Ken Meeson, to monitor the impact of Parkgate on Shirley High Street.
Among the 'most beneficial' types of High Street businesses to public health were leisure centres, community pharmacies, and health services including opticians.
It's designed to remove the car and car parking from the High Street and promote the new fangled hysteria of cycling, public transport and walking, interlaced with cycle lanes, banning parking on the High Street, widening footpaths and putting tables and chairs along both sides for shoppers to partake of grub and, given Kings Heath propensity to attract lines of stagnant trc congestion, Birmingham's rst ever diesel-avoured coee.
High Street, road slippery near Fung Wong, DPW notified.
Tories in the Assembly argue that so-called "popup" shops can be a huge advantage on the high street, particularly in the run-up to Christmas, saying some such ventures in Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan have gone on to be permanent fixtures.
But such challenges do not signal the end of the high street, not by any means - they simply offer our shops the opportunity to adapt and use innovative ways to meet customers' needs.
A NATIONAL campaign encouraging people to visit the shops and businesses on their local high street has launched this weekend.