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Appeal: ‘Greater flexibility’ allowed for £75m Islington scheme

Aerial view / Islington Square

An inspector has approved the extension of an existing permission to allow retail as well as business uses for part of a large-scale, mixed-use development in Angel, North London.

Islington Square is the name of a major scheme to convert a former Royal Mail operational depot in Angel, creating 371 apartments, as well as class A1 (retail) and class B1 (business) facilities. Permission was granted in 2007 and the scheme is now under construction after various amendments.

The appeal relates to ‘block F’, a.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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