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Plans to turn Lewes Magistrates' Court into Premier Inn hotel rejected by council
5:18pm Thursday 12th December 2013 in News
Councillors have rejected proposals to convert a disused court site into a 60-bed hotel.
The South Downs Planning Committee this afternoon rejected plans to convert the Lewes Magistrates’ Court into a Premier Inn hotel and shop fronts.
The authority’s committee agreed unanimously that the design of the building was not in keeping with the character of the town.
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