Mixed-use hotel redevelopment in coastal zone unjustified

The mixed-use redevelopment of a vacant seaside hotel in a Lincolnshire village was refused for its unsuitable location in a coastal zone with increased risk from coastal change and flooding, harm to the appearance and character of the area from the design of the scheme and harm to the living conditions of neighbouring occupiers with respect to loss of outlook. The scheme included a 20-bed hotel with spa, restaurant and bar areas and holiday apartments, a separate apartment building with 12 apartments and commercial/retail space and 20 houses including 12 affordable.

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