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Appeal: Trampoline park allowed on safeguarded industrial estate

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Plans for a trampoline park in an industrial building reserved for employment use in the area’s core strategy can go ahead, after an inspector found no reasonable prospect of an employment use coming forward.

The appeal relates to a vacant 2,344-square metre building within Knowsley Industrial Park, a Merseyside industrial estate. The appellant sought permission to convert the building into a trampoline park, in which the floor and walls are covered with tessellated trampolines, with an ancillary cafe.

According to the Knowsley Local Plan Core Strategy, employment uses – classes B1, B2 a.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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