Planning Application NP/DDD/0720/0646


Execute repairs, refurbishment and conversion comprising: -The Red Lion Inn - repair / refurbish and change of use of the public house to a single open market dwelling. -The conversion of the former Cattle Shed as ancillary accommodation to the Inn used as a brewhouse, office and store. -The Dutch Pole Barn and associated structures - demolition of the 1960s structures [due to lack of architectural and historical interest]. -Stone Barn (former Dairy Parlour and former pigsties] – repair and change of use to form 1no. unit with 8no. bedroomed holiday-accommodation with a subterranean extension. -The adaption of the former Stone Quarry site for parking with the addition of a new Garage building with Games room above. -The former Animal Shelter - repairs and conversion to a Workshop and Bike/Wood Store. -Access road - Re-order and enhance the existing access road to the Holiday Accommodation and the former Stone Quarry site. -The reduction in height the grounds to the rear the Red Lion Inn forming terraced gardens

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