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07/06/2019

Appeal: Accessibility works at listed almshouses rejected

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Hibbert Almshouses / David Curran

An inspector has turned down a plan to install dormers to the rear of a terrace of listed almshouses for elderly women in Wandsworth, which would have provided toilet facilities at the same level as bedrooms, citing heritage harm.

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