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Plans approved for conversion of ex-Tory HQ




Conversion of a prominent social club and office building in Diss into a house overlooking the Mere can go ahead.

Plans submitted on behalf of Chris Burnard, of Traditional English Properties, to turn Grasmere, the former South Norfolk Conservative Association headquarters in Denmark Street, into a five-bedroom home have been approved by council planners.

The property was previously at the centre of a dispute between Conservative Association officials and the Grasmere Social Club.

Plans have been approved to turn the former Conservative HQ into a home.
Plans have been approved to turn the former Conservative HQ into a home.

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Peace was reached when the social club was granted a tenancy, which runs out in December next year.


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