Petrol filling station replacement for vacant public house denied

A plan by Wm Morrison Supermarkets to erect a petrol filling station in Gloucestershire on the site of a vacant public house designated as an asset of community value was rejected by an inspector who decided that it would have a harmful impact on the character of the area. However, the inspector decided that the company had proven that the pub was not economically viable.

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