Workers at luxury Cornwall hotel that hosted G7 continue taking apart illegal beachside chalets

A luxury hotel that hosted the G7 summit has finally started to dismantle its row of controversial ‘forest lodges’ that were erected without planning permission.

Carbis Bay Hotel built the rooms it said were required for the gathering of world leaders in June last year without getting the green light from Cornwall Council.

Furious campaigners then objected after discovering trees and wildlife habitats were ripped down and destroyed to make way for the buildings in spring 2021.

Cornwall Council…

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