Hotel conversion and partial demolition impacts on heritage value

The conversion of a hotel into 15 apartments along with the demolition of an annex within a Berkshire conservation area and lying on the banks of the river Thames would cause harm to heritage assets, an inspector decided, while noting that both main parties agreed that the annex buildings were of little value.

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