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12/10/2018

Appeal: Bronze statue of local businessman is ‘incongruous’

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An inspector has refused retrospective permission for a bronze statue of a recently deceased local businessman in Paddington, calling it ‘discordant and incongruous’ despite its ‘high-quality detailing’.

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