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Urban Flower has been a fixture of Parramatta Road for 48 years, but it will soon shut its doors.
The florist is owned by Carli Jeffrey and her husband Winston, who was raised in the shop's upstairs quarters with his 10 siblings.
Four generations of Jeffreys have worked in the business, which will be forcibly acquired by Transport for NSW (TNSW) and flattened as part of the development of the new Burwood North metro station.
The station is due to be completed by 2030, but Carli and Winston have to be out of the flower shop by June 21.
Winston and Carli claim the compensation they're receiving from TNSW is not enough to restart their business elsewhere, and that they will have to shut.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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