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Appeal: ‘Poor standard of design’ halts Harrow high-rise

Crazy Horse Pub, Stanmore / Ewan Munro

An inspector has refused plans for a residential and commercial building rising to six storeys in Stanmore in the London Borough of Harrow, ruling that ‘the commitment to increased housing supply in London must not be met at the expensive of quality”.

The appeal relates to the site of a now-demolished pub – Crazy Horse – adjacent to a three-storey office building – Compass House – and its associated parking facilities. Three extant permissions exist for: a mixed-use building on the site of the former pub comprising 13 flats and commercial floorspace; the conversion of Compass House into 16 flats; and a further ne.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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