01:50AM, Wednesday 27 March 2013
A pub in Maidenhead which shut after its licence was revoked could be given a new lease of life.
Michael Williams Planning has submitted an application to knock down The Masters Arms and build a block of eight flats in its place.
It followed a number of complaints from residents over issues including anti-social behaviour.
The pub had reopened in 2011 after being shut since 2009.
Although an appeal was lodged against the decision to revoke the licence it was later withdrawn.
Michael Williams Planning was not available for comment.
A decision is due on the application by May 10.
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