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10/09/2020

Appeal: Approved housing will support marginally viable pub

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Plans to convert a marginally viable pub in Norfolk that closed in 2018 into a house were rejected by an inspector, who ruled that the 100 new homes approved for the village would ‘increase the need for the facility and support its viability’.

LOCATIONStoke FerryAUTHORITYWest Norfolk Borough CouncilINSPECTORJonathan PricePROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/V2635/W/19/3243282The appeal concerned The Bluebell Inn, a pub in Stoke Ferry, west Norfolk. It served as the village's only pub for over 100 years, but closed in 2018 after poor trading, and has stood vacant since.But it has twice been listed as an asset of........
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