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Work begins on £2 million refurbishment of The Haycutter Inn as date revealed for its reopening

By DeborahMorris  |  Posted: May 15, 2017


An artist's impression of what The Haycutter Inn will look like

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Builders have moved in to start work on the £2 million redevelopment of The Haycutter Inn near Hurst Green.

Owners Brunning and Price submitted plans to redevelop the pub, in Tanhouse Road, Broadham Green. in February 2016 and almost a year later they got the go-ahead to bring the pub back to life.

Architectural drawings have been finalised and workmen started arriving, along with cabins, over the past couple of weeks, with work starting in earnest this week.

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Brunning and Price anticipate that the building work will be completed by the end of September and the pub will be ready to open in early October.

Head of marketing and communications Nicola Stuart said: "We are very excited to have started work on the pub and very much look forward to serving the first of many pints to the hugely supportive community, sometime in October."

The Haycutter was previously owned by Punch Taverns but has been empty since 2015 after the last tenant moved out.

The redevelopment plans include changes to the existing pub building with a large extension and landscaping to the rear of the property.

A planning statement on the Brunning and Price website explains that the existing building will be refurbished and remodelled inside, with late 20th century extensions being demolished and replaced with new single-storey rear extensions.

These will feature a new bar servery, kitchen and restaurant.

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