DC Casebook: Housing: New build - Restriction on pub occupancy removed

A condition restricting the occupation of a dwelling in Cambridgeshire to a person employed or last employed at an adjoining pub has been deleted after an inspector ruled it unnecessary.

The council explained that the condition had been imposed to ensure adequate living accommodation for employees running the pub, but the inspector was unconvinced that this was a satisfactory reason. The dwelling had its own curtilage and was screened from the pub, she observed. Removing the condition would not lead to any loss of privacy or reduced amenity for future occupiers, she decided.

DCS Number 100-058-229

Inspector Sue Turner; Written representations.

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