A beauty salon in south-east London is closing after a tenant decided to move out.
Julie and Nickolász Szabo said they have been in the same building for seven years and it’s a sad day for the people of this lovely neighbourhood.
We’re looking forward to having a new lease with someone who understands the importance of our building, said Nickolasesz.
“We will continue to serve our community through our local beauty salon and have plans for future renovations,” he added.
The business was a success for the couple, who have been running their salon at the location for the past seven years.
But last week the owners, who were in their early 40s, decided to go on a long-term leave, and the family is currently looking for a new location.
A spokesperson for the salon said it’s not a financial decision, but a family one.
Nickolasessz said they were shocked to find out the building had closed and have no idea how long the family will have to be in London.
He said the decision to close was very hard on the family and the staff.
‘The whole family is devastated’Juliet Szabo, Nickolasz Szabo and their daughter Liza Szabo.
(Supplied: Nickolasezesz Szaban)”The whole of the family has been devastated,” Nickolasingz Szaba said.
She said she felt so bad about the loss of her business, but the family decided to stay at the same place, despite not having a home.
Mr Szabo told News24: “I feel like I am stuck here.
I don’t know where I am going to go.
I have been living here for a few years now.
Ms Szabo was also worried about her family, who she said were devastated to find their jobs at the salon gone.””
[The owners] told us they’re moving out of their home because they are going to move to another area of London.”
Ms Szabo was also worried about her family, who she said were devastated to find their jobs at the salon gone.
“It’s very sad,” she said.
“I’m really worried for my family and I’m very sad that they’re leaving.
Ms Szabo said she had spoken to the family about the closure.
Mrs Szabo also said she was not sure if the business would continue to exist.”
Maybe we’ll just move back to our home,” she added.
Ms Szabosz said she didn’t think she could afford to stay in London, but said she would do anything to get a new job.
Her husband Nickolasisz Szablos said they would never leave London.”
In our last month in London we were working on our own things, but we were really excited to be moving back to the UK.” “
We love our family.
In our last month in London we were working on our own things, but we were really excited to be moving back to the UK.”
He added he and his wife would be looking for another job in London soon.