You have heard that a developer plans to build a shopping centre near your home. write a letter to the council. In your letter -say how you head about the plan -explain how you feel about it -ask for mor information about it

Dear sir, I am John Smith, living on Green Road Street, Sudbury. I am writing to you with regards to enquire about the rental price of a store in shopping Centre which would be built up in upcoming months near my home.
, I read about the news in the Times of India that my area council decided to construct a new shopping Mall to provide facilities to the public of that particular vivacity. I
have some outlines that would have four floors and each one has a different section. Moving on, I would be very appreciative to our authorities because of
positive decision.
not only provides employment to local people but
values that area more.
, I want to know about the contract price of one store and other requirements because I am working with myriads of franchises . I would think to open the same one in that specific mall. Please update me regarding
timely. Please let me know if you require any
information via email. My email ID is [email protected] I am looking forward to hearing from you soon. Yours faithfully, John Smith
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