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Appeal: Landlord’s plan to curtail pub’s live music is approved

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An inspector has approved plans for the residential conversion of a South London pub’s upper floors that will force the business to curtail its live music offering, ruling that the pub’s ‘unique character’ would be ‘altered... but not lost’.

LOCATIONNew CrossAUTHORITYLewisham Borough CouncilINSPECTORTom Gilbert-WooldridgePROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/C5690/W/19/3241119The appeal concerned The White Hart, a grade II listed pub in New Cross, south-east London, which first opened in 1870. The basement, ground floor and part of the first floor form the pub, with hotel rooms above. As well as being the area’s only........
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