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18/05/2022

Appeal: ‘Visual, functional and environmental disadvantages’ trounce Bromley towers

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A trio of residential buildings, ranging in height from two to 26 storeys, near the River Lea in London, has been refused by an inspector, who judged that the proposed towers would visually harm their setting and impair living conditions.
LOCATIONLand at the east of Hancock Road and west of the River Lea Navigation, Hancock Road, Bromley by Bow E3 3DAAUTHORITYLondon Legacy Development CorporationINSPECTORPaul JacksonPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/M9584/W/21/3283799Southern Housing Group Limited proposed the 435-home towers, which would also provide floor space for commercial and retail units. The towers are the........
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