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11/10/2016

Appeal: ‘Banqueting hall’ would not disturb neighbours

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The change of use of a vacant industrial unit to a ‘banqueting hall’ has been allowed in Croydon after an inspector judged that appropriate conditions were in place to control noise impact on neighbouring residents.

Inspector JP Roberts noted that permission had been granted on appeal in 2007 for a Christian Resource Centre at the appeal site, to include a place of worship and day nursery. The appellant had explained that delay in obtaining the permission meant that the whole of the building could not be acquired and some permitted uses had not been carried out, including the nursery.

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