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12/07/2018

Appeal: Adult gaming centre blocked despite charity offer

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An inspector has rejected plans to convert a vacant café in Chorley into an ‘adult gaming centre’, despite the appellant’s offer to display local art in the window and donate a portion of profit from sales to charity.

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