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26/05/2022

Appeal: Conversion of fire station tower would result in heritage harm

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An inspector has refused permission to an attempt to convert the tower of Camden’s grade II* listed Belsize Fire Station into a single apartment. It was determined that the harm caused by the development to the listed building’s heritage significance outweighed any benefits of the proposal.
LOCATION36 Lancaster Grove, London NW3 4PBAUTHORITY London Borough of CamdenINSPECTORAndrew SmithPROCEDUREWritten representationsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/X5210/W/21/3279988Vulcan Properties Ltd applied for planning permission and listed building consent to alter the early 20th-century tower. The main building of the fire station has previously been converted for residential use. ........
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