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Appeal: Calders Wharf Community Centre replacement approved

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Demolition of the existing Calders Wharf Community Centre in London and its replacement by an improved community facility and 25 residential units has been given planning consent.

Inspector Jonathan Manning noted that the appellant, EastEnd Homes, had submitted both appeals for the demolition of the building and the erection of a new facility after Tower Hamlets Borough Council failed to deliver a decision notice in the prescribed period.

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