Dartmoor Distillery secures approval following prolonged planning battle
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April 10 2017
Princetown Distillery will have a capacity for 400,000 litres when it begins operation, with the added distinction of enjoying the highest elevation of any distillery in Britain.
Occupying land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall the distillery will adopt a traditional appearance with a Victorian pagoda-style roof common to many such plants.
Concerns have been raised as to the potential demolition of two listed buildings on-site although talks are ongoing to potentially re-use these within the new structure.
The building has been designed by Organic Architects, the same team behind Ardnamurchan Distillery, Drimnin & Lindores Abbey Distilleries.
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