Retail use in part of listed pub not optimal use for whole building

A convenience store from a vacant, listed public house in a conservation area was refused planning and listed building consent in a West Yorkshire spa town for harm to the heritage assets not outweighed by the public benefits and for harm to highway safety from a narrow access to the site.

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200-008-408 (Image Credit: Leeds City Council)
200-008-408 (Image Credit: Leeds City Council)

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