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10/01/2020

Appeal: Conversation at micro pub could disrupt neighbours

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Plans to convert a former bakery and snack bar near Rochdale into a micro pub have been rejected, after an inspector found that the appellant's intention to ‘promote conversation’ at the premises could disturb neighbours more than the existing use.

LOCATIONLittleboroughAUTHORITYMetropolitan Borough Council INSPECTORAdrian CainesPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/P4225/W/19/3238882The appeal concerned an end-of-terrace property fronting on to the main road through Littleborough, a small town near Rochdale. Its vacant ground floor was formerly a bakery and snack bar, with a flat above.The property falls within........
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