Reconfiguration of pub layout would harm its viability

The rationalisation of the floorspace at a public house to create an additional flat at the premises in a north London local centre and conservation area was refused for harm to the appearance and character of the conservation area, the viability of the public house and the living conditions of the potential occupiers of the flat.

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