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A Grade II listed building has been "protected" for future generations after a decision to allow it to become a wedding venue and holiday let.
Dunston Hall, in Dunston, can now host wedding parties of up to guests after permission was granted by Chesterfield Borough Council. Neighbours raised concerns on noise and road safety at the planning meeting.
However applicant David Harrison said the plans would stop the hall falling into disrepair. Nobody wanted to take on the liability of it.
The Local Democracy Reporting Service LDRS said neighbours raised concerns about the safety of the road leading to the hall, and Derbyshire County Council then recommended a limit of 50 guests at the venue to address this issue. However, a planning consultant working on behalf of the applicant contested that the figure of 50 guests had been arrived at by the county council in error and the business needed a limit of guests in order to operate successfully.
William Lander, whose home Dunston Cottage ads the property, spoke against the application and said the building that was intended for use as a ceremony room shared a wall with his bedroom.
Councillors voted in favour of the application with the amended conditions that the of guests be limited tothere be no fireworks and the ceremony room can only be used between and to limit disturbance to Mr Lander. Send your story ideas to eastmidsnews bbc. Wedding venue likened to Ibiza nightclub stays open.
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