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28/10/2016

Appeal: Retention of historic factory façade unviable

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Textile factory

A 90-home scheme has been approved for Huthwaite, Sutton-in-Ashfield, after an inspector concluded that the retention of the façade of a former textile factory complex would be ‘financially unviable’.

The factory has been disused since 2014 after it was vacated by the appellant. It was built in 1906 for the Co-operative Wholesale Society, and is considered a locally significant non-designated heritage asset.In a previous appeal for development on this site, the inspector concluded that the conversion of the buildings for businesses uses would be unviable and the retention of the frontage for........
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