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11/09/2020

Appeal: Suburban sweet shop cannot prevent car-borne customers

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An inspector has refused retrospective permission for the conversion of an outbuilding in Mexborough, South Yorkshire, into a sweet shop, ruling that the appellant could not guarantee that only local pedestrians would patronise it.

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