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29/10/2020

Appeal: North Yorkshire pub calls last orders before home conversion

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Planning permission has been granted to change the use of a village pub to a home in North Yorkshire after an inspector decided that the business was no longer viable.

The property had been put up for sale at a price of £325,000 since August 2018, after being advertised at a higher price, which the inspector said was “broadly reflective” and lower than the values detailed in marketing proposal letters from three prospective agents. Although these were not the formal Red Book valuations requested by the council, they were from established agents with experie.....Sign Up or Login to read full article
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