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11/10/2017

Appeal: Green light for contemporary regeneration of listed 17th century pub

St Ive Village / stivevillage.co.uk

An ‘uncompromisingly contemporary’ plan to regenerate an unused and deteriorating 17th century Cornish pub has received permission, despite local opposition from the Butchers Arms Preservation Society (BAPS).

The appeal relates to the Butchers Arms, a grade II listed pub in St Ive, Cornwall. Inspector David L Morgan described t.....Sign Up or Login to read full article
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