Say NO to another betting shop on Earl's Court Road
Say NO to more gambling shops on Earl's Court Road

Earl’s Court Road faces having another betting, gaming, or gambling shop as the former Lloyds Bank building has been acquired by Silvertime. This would totally reverse all recent efforts and initiatives to deliver improvements to Earl’s Court Road at a key site and would put further at risk vulnerable people living in our area. 

The new site is larger, and much more prominent on our high street than the existing Adult Gaming franchise, and so will have negative impact on our area. We understand this new venture will require license approval by the Council.

We believe that the increase or expansion of these shops is not beneficial to the safer, healthier, and pedestrian-friendly high street that our community so desperately needs.

This is wholly inappropriate at a time when many Earl's Court residents are living in either temporary accommodation or accommodation that supports their recovery from addictions - including gambling addictions.

After the Council approved a 5am license for Burger King, and the continued increase of fast food / food delivery businesses, this is another blow and totally goes against recent attempts (and the Council’s own investments) to improve our high street such as the Earl’s Court Local Action Plan, the Shop Front Improvement initiatives, or the upcoming renovation of Hogarth Road.

Please show your support and sign the petition below:

Say NO to more betting shops on Earl's Court Road.

We call on the Council to reject any licensing application that allows for the opening of more gambling/betting shops on Earl's Court Road and to comply with the Local Plan.

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