Southwell Town Council residents object to build of house on the site of grade two listed building on Church Street
Angry residents have pleaded with councillors to protect one of a town’s most desirable properties.
Frustration followed a planning application to build a house on the site of Cranfield House, Church Street, Southwell — one of four grade two buildings in the town.
The application, by M. Richens, long-standing owner and custodian of Cranfield House, was unanimously objected to by the town council’s planning committee, who said their decision reflected that of residents.
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