Town centre policy tension noted but residents' living conditions prioritised

A restaurant with four flats above including second floor extension from an existing office and workshop has been refused in a town centre location in a Tyneside settlement for harm to the living conditions of nearby residents, harm to the character and appearance of the area, harm to highway safety and harm to nearby European protected sites.

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