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Appeal: 80ft digital screen screen refused despite comparisons with Stirling Prize winner

Pimlico Plumbers

A proposal by Pimlico Plumbers to add a large LED screen to the exterior of its South London HQ has been refused, after an inspector ruled that that a similar screen at the nearby Newport Street Gallery did not justify the scheme.

The appeal was submitted by Charlie Mullins OBE, managing director of Pimlico Plumbers, which is described on its website as “the largest independent plumbing company in London”. 

The appeal relates to the business’s headquarters in Pimlico, South London, described by inspector Philip Willmer as a “simple, robust and well-articulated structure that has been we.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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