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Appeal: Brokenshire overrules inspector to throw out 471-home Whitechapel plan

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The housing secretary has rejected a third attempt by Sainsbury’s to secure consent for 471 homes at the site of its existing store in Whitechapel, East London, citing heritage harm and inadequate light levels.

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