Q: Planning permission for a restaurant requires it to close at 11pm. A planning application has now been made for a smoking shelter. This would be very close to the bedroom windows of a nearby house. I am concerned that if this were used up to 11pm, the residents would be adversely affected, especially if young children were in the bedrooms. Could we impose a condition requiring the use of the smoking shelter to cease at an earlier time, or should we refuse the application? AT

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