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The street that I will be looking at to evaluate who benefits and who loses,   is Market Street based in   The street is a main artery, filled with shops and businesses. People use this street to travel from one area of the borough to another. The examples I will be assessing are the different kinds of shops there are, the type of clientele they attract and how transport and mobility issues benefit and deprive different people.
Market Street is home to a host of shops and businesses. From takeaways and pubs, to betting shops and bargain basements to the more up market designer clothes boutiques. As with the businesses on City Road, some consumers benefit some whilst others lose out. For example the designer clothes boutiques benefit a certain type of person, someone who can afford to spend more on clothes than other people. A similar scenario occurs on City Road. The shop Xquisite Africa mainly attracts a clientele that wants to purchase these types of products, such as migrants from Africa currently living in the locality of City Road.   The bargain basement store attracts the consumer that wants to watch their money or is on a low income. They benefit from having this shop to enable them to buy a variety of goods at a discounted rates compared to big stores like the Tesco that is located just behind Market Street.  
During the evenings, Market street becomes more attractive to the younger person with the openings of pubs, eateries and takeaways. As younger people tend to receive the perception that they are trouble makers and rowdy,   a lot of the older generations avoid the area at night times. As the street is resident to pleasant restaurants,   a lot of people lose out including the businesses, due to the perceived fear that they will not feel safe and will encounter some form of trouble. The younger person who enjoys what the street has to offer on an evening generally won’t   think about the people that wouldn’t feel safe in this environment. They definitely...