Non-designated heritage asset status prevents pub redevelopment

Plans to demolish a large pub on a main route into a Leicestershire town centre and redevelop the site with twelve flats were rejected when an inspector agreed with the council that the building should be protected as a non-designated heritage asset.

400-029-267 (Image Credit: Hinckley & Bosworth BC)
400-029-267 (Image Credit: Hinckley & Bosworth BC)

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