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Hawker Union street food concept closes after 12 weeks

Hawker Union, the street food and bar concept by Street Feast, is set to close just 12 weeks after it opened in Wood Green, London.

On Twitter, co-founder Jonathan Downey said Haringey council were “deliberately difficult” and claimed they tried “very hard” to stop the venue from opening which had £45,000 invested into its development.

Downey also said he believed there was a “concerted effort” by Haringey council to obstruct the opening of the site.

Street Feast is a London-based night market and street food venue operator which is owned by Jonathan Downey and Henry Dimbleby who acquired the company in 2015. It has sites in Canada Water, Lewisham and Shoreditch.

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