Supermarket chain looking at landmark former Almondbury pub



Councillors have finally agreed to the partial demolition of a landmark former Almondbury pub bringing to an end a mammoth planning battle that has lasted four years.
The listed Rose and Crown in Northgate has become an eyesore on the village’s main street after becoming mired in controversy since the original proposals were first put forward back in 2013.
Shelley-based developer G & R Lees’ plans will see the pub partially demolished to make way for three commercial units and a courtyard.
They were approved by Kirklees planners subject to minor negotiations with officers and the... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 41
Source: Examiner
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