Examiner readers on social media have been sharing their thoughts on the news Casa Brighouse must demolish its extension.
The restaurant built the add-on without planning permission - and has not been told it must be flattened within the next nine months.
A poll on our website revealed 56 per cent of voters believe the extension should go.
Meanwhile many Facebook followers agreed the owners should have played by the rules.
Steve Blackburn said: "Shouldn't have gone ahead without approval. Simple. Rules are rules!"
Alison Ainley said: "Good but dont see why they have 9 months tear it down now."
Andrew Best said: "It's just like castle hill pub. Going ahead without planning is never going to work out well."
But Andrew Martin-Wells said: "I say pull the old building down and leave the extension up as it looks a million times better."
On Tuesday government inspector Ahsan Ghafoor dismissed an appeal by Castelite Ltd, Casa's parent company, saying the development harms the green belt.
He added: “The development is unlawful and the extension has been built without the benefit of planning permission.
“The steps required to comply with the notice seek to remedy the breach by restoring the land to its condition before the breach occurred."
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