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21/06/2019

Enforcement: 1966 planning condition negates bingo hall conversion

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An inspector has upheld enforcement action against the use of a former bingo hall in Romford as a banqueting hall despite acknowledging that both uses fell within use class D2, citing a condition attached to the original 1966 permission.

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