Residents protest ABBA restaurant

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Residents protest ABBA restaurant

Plans for an ABBA themed restaurant have come under fire from residents in South East London.

The venue has been backed by one of the band's founding members Bjorn Ulvaeus, but neighbours of the proposed project say the site should be used for social housing.

A spokesperson for Mamma Mia! The Party has said the claims that the site was set aside only for housing are 'categorically untrue' and that they have 'gone above and beyond in investigating disturbances' to the area and its residents. Its sister restaurant in Stockholm 'has had no issues with disorderly behaviour.'

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