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22/05/2019

Appeal: 500-capacity bar allowed despite Leeds crime concerns

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In a ‘finely balanced’ decision, an inspector has approved plans for a 500-capacity bar in Headingley, Leeds, despite accepting that the scheme would be a ‘retrograde step’ in attempts to control alcohol-related disorder in the area.

LOCATIONHeadingley, LeedsAUTHORITYLeeds City CouncilINSPECTORP EggletonPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/N4720/W/19/3221994The appeal concerned a vacant three-storey building in Headingley, an area of north-west Leeds with a large student population. The appellant, who had owned the building since 2002, sought permission to convert the building into a drinking........
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