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30/08/2019

Appeal: Build-to-rent Kingston scheme contrary to regeneration plan

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Plans to demolish a popular former music venue and other post-war buildings in Kingston upon Thames to make way for a mixed-use scheme including 311 flats would conflict with the council’s vision for the area, an inspector has ruled.

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