A discouraged cafe proprietor believes roadworks exterior having difficulties retailers could depart him with so handful of customers he could be compelled to toss in the towel.
Jonathan Cranstoun, who owns Brew in County Square, in Paisley, labelled work getting carried out by CityFibre as a “farce”, and insisted he was not warned the diggers were thanks.
The preferred espresso store, which opened in 2018, has struggled because of to coronavirus constraints and Jonathan said he demands just about every penny to hold his workers in positions.
The work is getting carried out on the road to put in improved fibre optic broadband as element of a £40million venture, ensuing in substantial sections of the pavement and road becoming ripped up.
Jonathan, 24, stated: “We really don’t know how considerably additional we