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Town centre restaurant under planners' microscope after admitting ten breaches of planning permission
Updated 1:32pm Monday 7th April 2014 in News
A TOWN centre restaurant which opened with aplomb last year is now under the planners’ microscope.
The Stockwell, in West Stockwell Street, Colchester, opened after a £1million refurb of a Grade I-listed building, which transformed it from Colchester’s oldest pub to a family restaurant with real ale.
But after less than a year, Colchester Council planners have outlined ten breaches of planning consent.
The breaches, which include extractor fan sounds and odour problems from the kitchen, have been admitted by the restaurant.
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