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20/02/2019

Appeal: No evidence that ‘oppressive’ flats would be tailored for disabled

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Chopwell / Chris Tweedy

An inspector has blocked plans to convert a pub into 12 assisted living units because they would be ‘oppressively constrained’, finding no evidence for the appellant’s claim that the flats had been ‘tailored to the requirements’ of disabled people.

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