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24/07/2020

Appeal: Waterborne expansion to historic tea room rejected

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Plans to expand a listed canal-side tea room in Norfolk by mooring four boats nearby to offer extra seating and holiday accommodation have been rejected by an inspector, who was concerned that the scheme would make the area less tranquil.

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