Public house contributes to conservation area

In refusing to permit the conversion of a public house to a dwelling in a central London conservation area, an inspector determined that it would detract from the vibrancy and character of the area.

100-080-240 (Image Credit: RB of Kensington & Chelsea)
100-080-240 (Image Credit: RB of Kensington & Chelsea)

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