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The Crown at Inchbrook by Martin
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 16:49:12
Is it a listed building?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Rover Returned.
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 16:53:50
According to the S.D.C. website it isn't listed, but in my view at least, it is an important and historic local building.

It may not be a Taj Mahal or a Longleat House but it represents a piece of social history and part of the heritage of ordinary folk.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Not Required
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 16:55:41
Just raise it to the ground,its never going to be a pub again.........we need housing!!!!!!!!

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Not Required
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 17:02:43
NR 16:55:41. Do you mean "raze"?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Martin
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 18:05:06
That might be a problem RR: why was it never listed

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Rover Returned.
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 18:13:33
I appreciate your concern, Martin, but Hill Paul was not listed and we saved that.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by The Sober Rigger
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 22:08:10
More Housing---Fing rubbish

GO ON ROVER

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Rover Returned.
Date: 14/05/2007 Time: 23:43:15
Not sure if your last post was nice or nasty SR! You've been too nice to me of late so the law of averages says that there must be a sting in the tail!

There are plenty of brown field sites for housing in this locality.

Why pull down a perfectly serviceable, if slightly down-at-heel, fairly historic pub for even more flats for Crystal Fountain Village?

I'm approaching the stage where I'll be deemed to need special housing (not yet though!) and I'm well aware that Nailsworth has a plethora of dwellings for the elderly, especially with the McCarthy & Stone development in Old Market.

Anyway, I had many a happy lock-in in the late 1970s/early 1980s at the Crown with some VERY attractive lady customers and, for that reason, I don't want to see the old place disappear.

There now, I've admitted my vested interest!

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The Crown at Inchbrook by RM
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 00:42:29
The Crown closed because of the antics of its neighbours. It has remained closed for many years now. I know of 2 interested parties who want to buy the building to reopen as a pub/restaurant but whose offers have not even had a reply from the owners. The market should decide if this pub is viable. To claim this pub is not viable due to the antics of its neighbours in the past is erroneous

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Cowardly Not Required
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 07:41:01
Well, I think it would be "a shameful day for the residents of Inchbrook" if the pub opened again.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Mr Philips
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 08:19:49

Quotation:
The Crown closed because of the antics of its neighbours
Well said RM the truth at last.

I also enjoyed many a happy lock-in RR, it was the only way the poor old landlord could make any money.

But it was forced to stop because the said neighbours, who as we know have friends in high places, (like on the roof of the old George) who kept calling the police out, that finally caused it sad demise.

Now pass me a pint of the Mayors Bitter Please.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Not Required
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 10:10:02
It became impossible to run the Crown because of the activity of neighbours. Bluchie(~developer of CF) bought it and intended to run it as a pub with a few extra suites added for holiday makers. The application was refused.(at least once) An appeal was advertised but instead the present application appeared. It will depend on today's rules and regs whether it is allowed or refused.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by BettyM
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 10:29:21
Am I idle or rich? Times change. I had to sell Newmarket House in the 70s .It realised under a hundred thousand( The family home for 160 years started as cottages) A few years ago it realised seven hundred thousand.

My home at Cf cost the same as what I got for selling my Dunkirk flat. It,s probably more, now.

The last O.C. owner turned part of the downstairs into a bedroom to help funds. so the pub area was very smsll. Sad to see it go. but it could never be the same.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Not Required
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 11:14:14
Bring in the bulldozers. Somewhere to live has a bigger social priority than another pub

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Rover Returned.
Date: 15/05/2007 Time: 11:31:09
NR 11:14:14. It's not "another" pub. It's an existing, traditional coaching inn which has stood on that site for well over 100 years. To demolish it would be an act of despicable vandalism.

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