Councillors say no to plans for budget hotel in Stamford

The former Salvation Army site on East Street, Stamford, looking east
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The former Salvation Army site on East Street, Stamford, looking east Photo: MSMP170113-0375js ENGEMN00120130117100851

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Councillors have turned down plans to build a 36-bedroom budget hotel, saying it would be out of character with the area.

Maiden Properties’ plans to develop the former Salvation Army hall site in East Street, Stamford, were thrown out by South Kesteven district councillors on Tuesday.

Council officers had recommended the planning application be refused because of the impact it would have on neighbouring buildings.

 

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