Flats allowed at listed synagogue for overall public benefits

Five self contained flats from part of a synagogue in a residential area of a Lancashire settlement were allowed in a re-determined appeal, the public benefits of the scheme outweighing the harm to the grade II listed building and the intensification of flatted development in the community.

200-005-826 (Image Credit: Keystone Design)
200-005-826 (Image Credit: Keystone Design)

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