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17/01/2019

Appeal: Knebworth pub garden flats approved despite fierce opposition

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The Station, Knebworth / Stephan McKay

Plans to build flats on the garden of a popular pub in Hertfordshire would not threaten its viability, an inspector has ruled, rejecting a local protest group’s claims that the scheme represented a ‘Trojan horse’ plot to ensure the pub’s decline.

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