CASEBOOK: Appeal cases - Leisure and Entertainment - Hostess bar ruled out of character with street

Following the High Court's decision to quash a previous decision on the retention of a hostess bar on the edge of central London's Chinatown (Planning, 16 May 2003, p16), a second inspector has determined that the appeal premises are obtrusive and prominent within the street scene.

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