Turn the photo into reality

“Your shop can look like this.” That’s the message this giant photo aims to convey to potential lessees of the vacant shop at the Todd Mall entrance to the Alice Plaza Shopping Centre, according to its property manager, Tony Bowes.


He says the idea of having a restaurant of café there is still “on the boil” after a problem with the installation of a grease trap has been sorted out with the town council.

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  1. Posted April 13, 2014 at 10:25 am

    The very first al fresco business was established just a short distance northwards of the site depicted in this image, a year or so after the Todd semi-mall was constructed in 1978.
    Back then there was one-way traffic through Todd Street, from south to north.
    The current re-design of the north end of Todd Street is essentially the idea first put forward and discussed by the Town Management Board in 1965. Everything old is new again, and the ghost of Papa Luigi haunts us still!

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