Casebook - Appeal cases - Leisure and entertainment - Snooker club held compatible with retail viability

The change of use of a basement store at a shop in east London to a snooker club has been allowed following findings that it would not harm the vitality and viability of a shopping centre or the living conditions of neighbours due to noise and disturbance.

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