Key Facts to the Story
Panini shed – owned by Benedict’s sandwich bar
Opened back in august 2015
Told that there business is been removed before the 10th of April 2016
Hull city council has granted planning permission to upcoming arrivals of café Nero
Café Nero will have the full plaza outside of St Stephens
Owners are devastated after the news that the business will be removed from the site
Scripts for PTC’s
I’m here outside the Panini shed in hull city centre on Ferrons way. The owners are devastated after they have been told there getting replaced by Café Nero who has been given planning permission by Hull City Council to take up the full plaza outside st Stephens shopping centre.
It has been an indepenant business here since august 2015, a year later there shed is to be removed off the site by the 10th April this year. The owners believes it is down to the upcoming city of culture and I’m joined with them now.
Interview here off owners getting their emotions / side of what’s happened
Resident of Hull Phillip Withers stated “it is a disgraceful decision by the Council, the City needs more independent traders not fewer”
Quotes or interview with the council depends what I can get
I’m Chelsea reporting from Hull
The script was a working progress and some spellings are wrong and things and it was particularly written the way I would say it. It is just a indication to what things I need to say. I booked out equipment today ready for me to film the PTC’s and interviews. I already managed to get some Vox pops.