Hot food takeaway rejected due to overconcentration

A proposal to replace a vacant shop with a hot food takeaway in a small parade of shops in a West Midlands city was rejected by an inspector on the basis that it would result in an overconcentration of such uses and could harm living conditions in the flat above.

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