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01/06/2017

Appeal: Listed pub’s nursery plan could harm heritage, says inspector

Admiral Hardy / Geograph/Christine Matthews: 1953449

An inspector has blocked a listed Greenwich pub’s plan to change part of the property that was once a Victorian music hall into a children's nursery, ruling that the appellant’s ‘unclear’ proposals could damage the heritage asset.

The appeal relates to the grade II listed Admiral Hardy public house, next to Greenwich Market and within both the West Greenwich Conservation Area and the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. The pub occupies the ground floor of street number 7, with its kitchen in the basement below and offices above. The neighbouring number 7a is mostly unused but in good condition. It once formed part of.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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