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15/05/2019

Appeal: Inspector overrules town centre policy to allow coffee shop

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Plans to convert a vacant listed shop unit in Christchurch into a coffee shop would improve the vitality of the town’s high street, an inspector has decided, overruling local policy to grant permission.

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