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04/05/2022

Appeal: Historic pub development falls foul of flood risk and heritage concerns

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Plans to convert the grade II listed Royal Oak Hotel, Hornby, into two apartments and construct three other homes to the rear of the pub have been refused, after an inspector judged that the site was a flood risk, and that the development would harm the listed building.
LOCATIONRoyal Oak Hotel, 73 Main Street, Hornby, Lancaster, Lancashire LA2 8JYAUTHORITYLancaster City CouncilINSPECTORJ M TweddlePROCEDUREHearingDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/A2335/W/21/3270187Langdale Capital sought to convert the pub, which dates from 1781. Several outbuildings would be demolished to create space for the new homes. Lancaster City Council opposed the development,........
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