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01/11/2018

Appeal: Conversion of WW2 bunker would not harm protected coast

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Plans to convert an overgrown Second World War-era concrete bunker in Cornwall into a home can go ahead after an inspector found there would be no harm to the designated heritage coast nearby.

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