Until more restaurant licences are available in the West End, prices will remain too high, new openings will be restricted and new talent priced out of the market, according to Trevor Shelley, boss of high end property consultancy Shelley Sandzer. A greater supply of sites will also stop rents rising so quickly, he believes, and that if there was to be this shift, restaurateurs should be held more accountable for the noise and rubbish they generate. Sandzer sees potential particularly in the West End, around Centre Point on New Oxford Street. Financial Times 19/07/08 (Life & Arts) page 4