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Appeal: Village’s last remaining pub saved from conversion

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An inspector has refused plans for the residential conversion of a pub in Nottinghamshire after a local community group indicated that it had reached an agreement to buy the business, despite numerous short-lived attempts to reopen it in the past.

In January 2018, an offer made by the BHG to buy the property for £160,000 was accepted by the appellant. However, due to disagreements over the necessary deposit and other payments, the sale did not go through.

At the hearing, the appellant presented marketing evidence showing that following a marketing period of almost two years there had been “no genuine demand for the property as a co.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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