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Appeal: Microbrewery in suburban garage ‘not disruptive’ to neighbours

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An inspector has granted permission for a microbrewery to continue operating in suburban Nottingham despite objections from neighbours, after technical assessments of noise and odour output returned acceptable results.

The appeal relates to a small outbuilding, formerly used as a garage, in a generously sized garden in Stapleford, south-west Nottingham. The building sits close to the garden’s boundary, and some neighbouring residents have stated that they have been affected by noise and odours from the brewing process. 

On this basis Broxtowe Borough Council considered the business to be in c.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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