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Performers, residents and politicians who believe the Soho art and music scene is declining have come together to try and preserve the area for future generations.
They're worried that closing venues and redevelopment mean its original character will be lost forever.
Entertainer Stephen Fry says the area has always set trends in art, music and hospitality and should remain that way. He says it should be treated as a 'special case' when it comes to planning rules and regulations.