Public house held to have community value

The two appeals in this case affected the re-use of a public house in a south-west London conservation area that had been subject to unauthorised demolition and then reconstructed but not refitted as a pub. The two proposed changes of use were firstly for mixed retail and community use, which was refused for the loss of the community use at the site, and secondly for community use solely, which was approved.

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