A recent appeal decision in Yorkshire allowed the conversion of an active pub to a new house for the owner. There was a considerable degree of opposition to the loss of the pub, but the appellant demonstrated reasonable alternative pubs in the area, other facilities and that the pub was not properly viable. The case was made in relation to local and national planning policies, and shows the need for a well-researched and comprehensive, relevant appeal submission.
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