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06/12/2018

Appeal: Brokenshire overrules inspector to block South London tower

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In a called-in decision, the housing secretary has rejected plans for a 17-storey residential tower in Purley, citing ‘serious concerns’ about its height and calling its design ‘unsympathetic’.

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