Café not subject to sequential assessment

The change of use of an art gallery to a café on Tyneside was secured with an inspector also ruling that he did not believe it was necessary for the appellant to undertake a sequential assessment, provided the nature of the use was limited. In so concluding the inspector also held that the appellant had acted with undue haste in lodging the appeal which had resulted in the council incurring unnecessary expense.

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