Pub Protection - ACV'S

Planning Applications


1) The Martonian Inn, Jewison lane, Bridlington

Application for front and side extensions – Application Approved

2) The Pack Horse, Hutton Cranswick

Application for 5 dwellings to the rear of the pub following partial demolition of the pub – Application Approved


1) The White Horse, Hengate, Beverley

a) Alterations to allow relocation of the managers accommodation and installation of en-suite facilities to existing bedrooms b) Works involve i) Relocation and reduction of the space for manager’s accommodation. ii) Providing 4 letting rooms with en-suite facilities on the first floor iii) There is already permission for similar works to the second floor iv) Beverley Town Council, Beverley Civic society and more importantly Historic England all have no objections to the proposal and as the pub is in no way affected there is no reason for the branch to comment, except to maybe support the application

2) Prior John, 36 Promenade, Bridlington

a) Change of use of adjacent retail unit to form extension to public house b) Partial demolition of rear of former retail unit to form extension to beer garden with glass roofed pergola and canopy c) Proposals also involve increasing both the number of female and male toilets by moving the male toilets upstairs

3) Ye Olde White Harte, Silver Street, Hull

a) Application for i) Removal of ground floor bar counter ii) Installation of fixed seating involving re-use of panels from removed bar iii) Retention of back panelling for display purposes iv) Replacement of threshold to existing door v) Installation of wall mounted hand rail to existing staircase b) Interestingly there is no mention of alterations to the first floor room suggested by the pub landlord although this may be because no physical changes are intended. c) Having spoken to the conservation officer who confirms the bar to be removed is a late 20th century addition and that the back panelling is to be retained

4) Marlborough Club, Newstead Street, Hull

Application for change of use of former club to residential space for up to 6 residents

Pub Preservation

1) Earl De Grey, Hull

The heritage status was reviewed by Historic England, Grade II listing remains on all of the building except the extension built 15 years ago.

2) Board, Bridlington

Nomination made in the refurbishment category of Pub Design awards and we are looking to see if it also qualifies for the English Heritage Conservation category


The area currently has 10 pubs designated as ACVs and these (in the order they were designated) are:
i. The Tiger, North Newbald
ii. The White Horse Bempton
iii. The Rising Sun, Beverley Road, Hull
iv. The St. John’s Hotel, Queens Road, Hull
v. The George & Dragon, Aldbrough
vi. The White Harte, North Cave
vii. The Highway, Willerby Road, Hull
viii. The Mariners Arms, Eastgate South, Driffield
ix. Lord Nelson, Endike Lane , Hull
x. The Bear, South Cave

Click on this link for Hull City Council - Current list of ACV's and click on 'List of Community Assets'
Follow this link for East Riding of Yorkshire - ACV'c and click on 'Whats is the List of Assets of Community Value' to see current list