Ancillary accommodation at pub needed to maintain facility

In deciding that he should uphold an enforcement notice issued by a local authority in east London requiring that the use of the upper floor of a public house in a conservation area not to be occupied as a separate residential unit, an inspector has placed weight on the need to maintain the overall use of the building as a community asset.

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