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03/07/2020

Appeal: Pub’s conversion to nine flats blocked on community grounds

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Plans to convert a large pub in Chelmsford into nine flats have been rejected by an inspector, who was unconvinced that the appellant’s marketing of the building for other community uses had been ‘serious and realistic’.

LOCATIONGreat Baddow, ChelmsfordAUTHORITYChelmsford City CouncilINSPECTORI A DyerPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/W1525/W/20/3246379The appeal concerned The Beehive, a pub in Great Baddow, a suburb of Chelmsford, which closed in 2015. The appellant sought permission in principle to convert the building into up to nine flats.The council cited local policy resisting the........
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