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13/12/2018

Appeal: 319-unit residential towers allowed with 19% affordable housing

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An inspector has approved two towers of 24 and 30 storeys with only 19 per cent affordable housing provision on the Isle of Dogs despite the developer’s original offer of 40 per cent, as well as dismissing the council’s calls for a late-stage review mechanism.

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