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28/02/2018

Appeal: 43-home Aldershot regeneration scheme would harm heritage assets

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Aldershot / David G

Plans to create 43 new flats by extending a multistorey car park complex in Aldershot town centre have been blocked after an inspector ruled that the scale of the scheme would be detrimental to the adjacent conservation area.

The appeal concerned the Wellington Centre in Aldershot, Hampshire, a shopping complex comprising a two-storey retail block with a 13-level multistorey car park above, an adjacent Boots store with one level of parking above, and an adjoined 10-storey office block.

The border of Aldershot West Conservation Area (CA) runs close to the appeal site. Its significance is considered to lie in it.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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