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Saturday 4 February 2017 9.38pm
Anyone know what's happening?
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Sunday 5 February 2017 8.55am
Retail ground floor, flats above.
Sunday 5 February 2017 10.32am
Good boozer, the Camel. That's a real shame.
Sunday 5 February 2017 11.35am
It is a shame. It wasn't anything extra special but it was nice, especially out the back in summer. Why is the Waterloo area so starved of nice pubs?
Sunday 5 February 2017 12.17pm
There was a planning application before Christmas.

According to those documents, the pub is being retained but they are moving the kitchen and splitting the accommodation upstairs into separate flats with their own access etc.

The planning documents suggested that apart from a short closure for the kitchen works, the pub would continue to trade without much interruption, so I was surprised to see the signs up to say that live-in guardians were occupying the building.

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Monday 6 February 2017 5.32pm
Could anyone perhaps post a link to the planning application so that we can check if what appears to be happening is in line with what was proposed?
Monday 6 February 2017 6.13pm
The planning application has been refused.

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Tuesday 7 February 2017 1.19am
As I understand the situation at the moment there will be a restaurant on the ground floor and flats above. The whole thing does seem to be in flux.
I have searched for refusal of planning permission but cannot find it. Please help James.
Thursday 9 February 2017 11.37am
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