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Appeal: Conversion of former Sky HQ to 297 flats allowed under GPDO

New Horizons Court / Maxwell Hamilton

A cluster of four office blocks in Brentford can be converted to 297 flats under Class O of the General Permitted Development Order (GPDO), after an inspector granted prior approval for issues relating to traffic and transport.

The appeal relates New Horizons Court in Brentford, comprising four large office blocks formerly occupied by broadcaster Sky TV. The proposal sought permission for a change of use from class B1 (office use) to class C3 (residential) under Class O of the GPDO. The scheme required prior approval from Hounslow Council relating to three issues: transport, contamination and noise disruption. The cou.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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