London Pleasure Gardens falls into administration

The troubled London Pleasure Gardens site has entered voluntary administration after generating disappointing revenues.

The 20-acre site on Pontoon Dock was opened earlier this summer to "bring a 21st Century version of London's historic Pleasure Gardens back to The Royal Victoria Docks".

However, it got off to a bad start with the infamous Bloc Festival in early July, which was shut down by police after less than a day in operation following severe over-crowding and reports of rushed barriers. Bloc ...

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