Audubon Society objects to plan for tourist units | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

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The Bermuda Audubon Society is to object to an application to renew approval for a development on the grounds of historic Walsingham House, the organisation’s president said yesterday.The Hamilton Parish property, home to Tom Moore’s Tavern, is owned by restaurateur Bruno Fiocca.Planning approval for the construction of four tourist units on the 4.4-acre property was first granted to Mr Fiocca in 2008.The current renewal application provides that the units will be for residential use
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