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17/07/2019

Appeal: Flats on site of burnt-out pub would be new ‘landmark’

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A development of 35 flats, three detached houses and a micro-pub on the site of a Margate pub destroyed by fire would provide a new ‘landmark building’ on the corner of two streets, an inspector has ruled.

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