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Appeal: 9,000 capacity Newham mosque refused


The Department for Communities and Local Government has refused three joint appeals to develop and retain a large mosque in the London borough of Newham, which was built without planning permission.

The appeals were submitted on behalf of the Trustees of Anjuman-E-Islahul-Muslimeen of London against the refusal of Newham Borough Council.

The secretary agreed with the inspector’s ruling on Appeal A, which sought outline planning permission for the use of existing buildings as a mosque and the construction of further worship space, plus various sports facilities.

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