Published: March 13, 2009
Burnham-On-Sea pub's plans for new smoking shelter win approval

Plans for a new permanent smoking shelter to be built outside a Burnham-On-Sea town centre pub have this week been given the go-ahead by council planners.

The Railway Inn on Burnham High Street had applied for permission to build the wooden structure in place of a temporary shelter at the southern end of its premises, as pictured.

Sedgemoor District Council this week approved the scheme, subject to it "being roofed with slate and that all exposed woodwork is painted white to ensure it is in keeping with its surroundings and does not undermine the character or appearance of the surrounding conservation area."

 




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