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Appeal: 102-flat scheme allowed with no affordable housing

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An inspector has approved plans for a 10-storey block of flats in Harlow with no affordable housing, accepting the appellant’s argument that any contribution would render the scheme unviable.

police uncovered a £2m cannabis factory in the building’s former upstairs treatment rooms, which had been set up while a pharmacy continued to operate below.

The appellant, Prisma Property Developments, sought permission to demolish the building and replace it with a 10-storey block of 102 flats, along with 780 square metres of ground-floor commercial space.

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