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14/06/2019

Appeal: Inspector sinks crowdfunded restoration plans for historic pier

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Shotley Pier / Keith Evans (Geograph): 1584659

A community group that raised money to buy a historic railway pier in Suffolk has seen its plans to build a café and visitor centre on the pier to fund its restoration rejected by an inspector, who was concerned by a lack of planning obligation.

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