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Option 2 is surely just a decoy to get the local community all supporting option 1.

Whilst option one is more sensitive it does still pose the big question of why is the most important thing to change the entrance. This is a community shopping centre where the majority of people that use it all live in close proximity to the spires and know how to get in to it. The biggest issue is how do you get all the shops full. Changing the configuration of the units sounds sensible but surely reducing the rents rather than spending lots on a new entrance would surely be a better way to attract new tenants and also keep the ones that they already have.

Is the new entrance to still to shut at night?