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Bonkers Blog July 2017

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24 July (Part 3) - When is a pub not a pub? When it is a refurbished bar

CharlotteAbout three weeks ago a tip off said that there had been another planning application submitted for the Charlotte public house in Crayford and it proposed reopening it as licensed premises.

The news was greeted with a certain amount of scepticism - from people who had not dug deeply enough into the documents presumably - because not only was it there in black and white, the rejection notice on the previous plan lamented the loss of a Community Asset.

However the doubters persisted and one asked Bexley Council for a clear statement and here it is.


Letter dated 19th July 2017.

The bar is confirmed.

Click image for PDF of complete letter.


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